Dylan McMahon

A Property Manager at Tobias Property Group

Dylan McMahon

Tobias Property Group

A Property Manager based in Moraine Valley Community College

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Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

This campus is located approximately 25 miles from downtown Chicago. The campus is accessible from major expressways in the area. The campus is bordered by 111th street, 86th and 88th avenues, and 107th street. There are signs to point you in the direction you need to be on adjacent streets. You can take I-55 from Chicago, or I-80 east. You can also take I-88, but be mindful there are tolls. Traffic can get a little hairy during peak times because of the proximity to Chicago, so give yourself enough time when commuting.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

This campus, located in Palos Hills, Illinois has easy access to public transportation. PAce bus routes 381 and 385 will take you to campus. These routes make their stop in front of campus, and route 379 can get you to campus as well, it operates from the Midway CTA station (Orange Line Subway) at 79th street. You can take the Pace bus to and from Chicago as well. Pace also offers a RideShare program, which is free where they match you with other commuters who would like to carpool.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Prices for apartments can get a bit on the highside, averaging about $930 a month. Rent in this area is high because of the proximity to expensive homes and the proximity to Manhattan. Of course, there are exceptions to this rule, it would be advised to look around for rooms being rented out in homes in the area rather than finding an apartment at a complex. This will save you a bit of money.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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Garden City and surrounding areas have a great deal of bars and pubs to frequent after a long day. The Black Sheep Ale House is a favorite spot for locals, their selection of beer makes this the place to be for any beer enthusiasts. They have free hot dogs here too, so if you’re hungry grab a beer and enjoy the game with one. Another hot spot for locals is Effin Gruven in nearby Bellmore. Here you will find a great variety of beers in a cool dive bar atmosphere. No matter where you are, you’ll be able to wet your whistle.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Saint Joseph’s is a very safe campus, with only a few minor infractions reported. Mostly for liquor law violations, which can be found on most college campuses. The town of Standish is also a relatively safe place to live, it is 51% safer than other cities in the United States. In the town of almost 10,000, there were only 185 crimes reported in a year’s time. If you’re looking for a safe community, Standish is a great place to be.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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In Standish, Maine, where the campus is located, the unemployment stands at about 5.8%, which has actually shown job growth of .08%. Future job growth is estimated to take a 34% hike, so that’s wonderful news for anybody looking for a job in the area. Most people are employed in an office setting; about 30% of Standish’s residents. In the city, the average household income sits at about $60,000 annually, which is above the national average. That’s definitely something to keep in mind.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Buffalo is most notably famous for the “invention” of the Buffalo Wing, however that’s not all Buffalo serves up. There is a variety of places all over the city to tackle the greatest of cravings. Sun Restaurant is highly regarded in Buffalo, this Burmese restaurant has a variety of classic dishes that satisfy the curious palate. Gatur’s Ethiopian Cuisine is another restaurant that you might want to try, especially if you’re a vegetarian. In Buffalo, you can definitely find your share of standard American cuisine such as burgers and fries, but who wants to stick with the usual?

 
Weather

Weather

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ECC’s main campus is located in Buffalo, New York where climate is categorized by extremely snowy and long winters, and some of the sunniest and driest Summers in the northeast. Buffalo’s proximity to Lake Erie tames the hottest of temperatures in the Summer, in fact, the National Weather Service has never recorded a temperature above 100 degrees. Lake Erie stabilizes the air, which curbs rainfall and thunderstorms in the Summer - definitely a bonus if you’re planning on spending your Summer’s in Buffalo.

 
Weather

Weather

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Due to Salisbury’s location near the Atlantic Coastal Plain, the climate has hot and humid summers and mild winters. The average high in July is 87 degrees, with the average low only being 70. The average high in January, the coldest month, is 46 degrees, which is pretty warm for that time of year. On average this town receives roughly 47 inches of precipitation annually.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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There are plenty of things to do in Salisbury, Maryland. Such as heading down to the Salisbury Zoo to spend a few hours looking at some lovely animals, this zoo is ranked near the top for small zoos. Looking for something a little different, try the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art which focuses on the art of bird and duck decoy making and design. That might seem a little big strange, but it actually is a very interesting process. Salisbury is also home to the Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame Museum, documenting regional baseball accomplishments.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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This tiny campus sports 1,781 undergraduates, 129 of which are working toward their degree part time. The campus is 54% men and 46% women. Edmond has 81,405 people living within its borders, a population spike of 22% since the year 2000. Edmond is actually ranked #1 for Best Place for a Military Retiree, but is also ranked #1 for most congested city.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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There are many fun things to do in Edmond, Oklahoma. Arcadia Lake tops the list for fun, with boating, camping, swimming, disc golf, and more. Maybe you would like to catch a show at the Armstrong Auditorium. A beautiful gem of Edmond, see an array of concerts and exhibits. Downtown Edmond has a wonderful shopping district that caters to almost anyone. Jewelry, clothing, and seasonal trinkets make this downtown location a fun place to be. Also, they have a lovely 40 lane bowling alley to engage in a little friendly competition with friends.

 
Weather

Weather

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Weather here is pretty average. The average high in July reaches about 88 degrees, while the January low dips just below freezing. Louisville gets about 44.6 inches of rainfall a year, coupled with 12.2 inches of snow a year. That’s not too bad, it could be worse! At least the sun is out, on average, 195 days a year.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Plenty of fantastic eateries near this campus. Proof on Main is the proof, this restaurant is highly regarded by locals. This place boasts good food and a friendly staff. Vincenzo’s is also a nice place if you’re craving some fine Italian cuisine, that particular establishment is located on 5th street. That place can get a little pricey, so keep that in mind. Deli’s, Middle Eastern, Japanese, American, Persian … any ethnic food you want it is nearby.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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There was a few instances of property theft on campus, but all other instances of crime were low. Bakersfield is safer than approximately 8% of the cities in the country, and a chance of you being a victim of crime is 1 in 20 according to recent statistics. There is also an anti-gang program conducted by the city, because of its growing gang-related violence rate. You are probably safer on campus, so don’t let the crime rate deter you from going there.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

This campus is serviced by Golden Empire Transit (GET), GET’s route 21 will get you east and west between the campus. Route 22 goes north and south and gets you to campus in a timely fashion. These two routes operate every 15 minutes on weekdays from 6am to 11pm, and run for a limited period on the weekends. You can also take your bike with you on the bus, the driver will give you a bicycle reminder card so you can give it back to the driver so the driver knows to wait while you unload your bike.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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There are numerous bars around campus and around Plymouth. Lucky Dog Tavern is a nice little joint where college students like to hang out, meet up with friends and have a few beers and you should be feeling good. Foster’s Boiler Room is also a nice bar you can go to to wet your whistle., it located in The Common Man Inn, so it’s a pretty neat place to meet some different people each time you come.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Renters make up 57% of the population in Plymouth. Apartments can range anywhere from $600 for a one bedroom to $3,200 for a three bedroom so it would probably be best to shop around for a good deal. You can always stay on campus, as PSU does have housing on-site, but you won’t be able to customise your dorm as you would be able to an apartment.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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The unemployment rate in Ann Arbor is 5.2% which is below the national average hovering around 8%. Job growth has been slow in the last few years because of the suffering economy, but future job growth is predicted to expand 30% over the next 10 years. Most of the households in Ann Arbor make between $50,000 and $75,000 per year. The main industry in the city is professional services, followed by management, business and financial related occupations.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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This decently sized campus educates around 12,000 students, 53% of them are women while 47% of them are men. Most of the students on campus are white, with 16% being African American, and the rest of mixed ethnicities. Population of Ann Arbor sits at almost 114,000 people, this is actually a 1.4% decrease from the 2000 census. Ann Arbor is a single person kind of town, with only 34% of its inhabitants being married.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

This campus is located right off of E St Joseph Street (Route 79). It’s an easy commute from I-90 and Main Street. Many main roads such as Cambell St and E Omaha St can put you in the right direction to campus. Traffic usually isn’t a problem unless there is a major accident clogging up the roads, so there should be smooth sailing no matter what time you need to be at class.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

There are plenty of things to do in Rapid City. Water parks galore, museums, galleries, parks and more. If you head downtown, you can check out the life-size bronze sculptures of former US presidents.There a plethora of hiking and biking trails and golf courses. If you want to travel a few miles from the city, you can go to the Black Hills where you can see Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Crazy Horse Memorial and Custer State Park. There is also the second longest cave in the world to explore!

 
Weather

Weather

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Due to college’s proximity to Lake Michigan, the school gets above the national average for snowfall each year, about 81 inches. The average July high is 83 degrees, and the average January low is 18 degrees. So, the temperatures are on par with the rest of the midwest. On average there are 162 sunny days each year in the city

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Dining options are limited in Allendale, despite GVSU being nearby. There are a few good choices for some interesting fare. Main Street Pub, located on University Parkway, is a nice choice for some fried choices, some good soups, and draft root beers.The college staple is Chinese food, so if you’re in the mood head over to China One - Allendale’s only Chinese restaurant. You can also find pizza, Italian and sandwiches nearby.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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There are lots of places in and around McAllen to enjoy a night out. Roosevelt’s at 7 is a highly reviewed place with a large selection of beers, and good food. A fun place to go is Office BAr and Grill, it’s a nice quaint watering hole where you can meet new people and simply have a good time. There are many wine bars and lounges in the city that you can stop at to enjoy.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Just a few instances of property crime and few drug and liquor law violations to were reported on campus, but nothing extreme. Crime was actually on the decease in McAllen, Texas last year - with murder dropping 75%, rape dropping 88%, and robbery dropping 22%. According to McAllen’s official crime report, in 2012, a crime (of any sort) was committed ever 1.56 hours. That index counted small petty theft as well as big crimes.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Even though you can live on campus at this college, you might want to get an apartment with friends a bit away from campus. If you don’t mind living 30 minutes or so away from campus you can find cheap apartments from $500 a month in outlying towns such as Matawan. Nicer apartments in West Long Branch can run you anywhere from $820 to $2000 for a one bedroom. You can find whatever fits your price range in the area.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Monmouth University in conjunction with NJ transit offers discount monthly passes. Bus would be the best to get to campus, it gets you the closest. You can take the #837 bus right to campus. NJ Transit also has light rail and rail service around the area, so even if you’re far from campus you can get to campus via public transit. Make sure you check your schedule map and fares before venturing out. Also check to see if there are any delays or detours on your schedule.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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Montgomery is a hub for a variety of crops such as cotton, peanuts and soybeans. The city’s proximity to the Alabama River and rail connections make it a prime location for regional distributing The largest areas of business that aren’t not agricultural related were government, trade, and professional services. The largest employers in the city are Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base with 12,280 employees, and the State of Alabama employing 9,500 individuals. To find good jobs, one should visit the career services department at ASU where they can assist you with finding employment.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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ASU is a standard medium-sized campus with 4,882 degree seeking undergraduates, including 376 part-time students. The city of Montgomery has 205,764 residents total. At ASU 61% of the students are women while the rest are men. In the city proper, for every 100 females there is approximately 88 males. The median age of the population in Montgomery is 34 years old.

 
Weather

Weather

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Hotlanta as they call it, Atlanta boasts warm and humid temperatures in the Summer and very mild conditions in the winter months. High temperatures in the summer can reach close to 90 degrees, and in the Winter the highs average a little above 50 degrees. It can, very rarely get cold in Atlanta, with records dipping below zero. Atlanta is also pretty wet, with the most rain falling (on average) in July.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

No shortage of places to eat in Atlanta, near campus has some good options. Not a mile from campus you can find steakhouses, tex-mex, seafood, italian just to name a few. Flavors are full at the highly regarded Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, great sides and entrees, this place can’t be beat according to some regulars. This lovely steakhouse is less than a mile from campus, so no worries for traveling! Goldfish is also a nice place if you’re looking for some seafood dishes in a classy setting. The atmosphere is lovely with a fish tank and waterfall greeting you, definitely worth a look.

 
Local Events

Local Events

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Every year Cookeville holds the Fall Fun Fest Festival, it’s still going after 17 years. Live music, family zone activities, storytellers, dancers, delicious barbeque, and arts and crafts are featured at this event. It’s fun for the whole family; young and old! The town also has an annual Christmas parade during the holiday season. More than 30,000 people fill the streets to see one of the biggest Christmas parades in the Southeast. The Putnam County Fair is also a treat during the dog days of summer. Filled with events such as rodeos, motorcycle racing, and demolition derbies.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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No need to worry about lack of things to do in Cookeville, Tennessee. Plenty of art and galleries to see in Cookeville. The city boasts over 20 galleries and performing arts venues that could satisfy the most cultured of persons. Cookeville also has an interesting history museum that documents the city from prehistoric times to the modern day. It’s a pretty interesting town, and you can learn a lot in a day if you have some spare time to visit these lovely places.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Due to the town being located so close to the beach, rent can get a little pricey. The average price of a one bedroom apartment is $1,349. That might be a little expensive for a college student, but getting creative with room layouts you could get more roommates so you can pay less rent. If you had more rooms, a three bedroom apartment could cost you over $2,500 a month.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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There has been a number of instances of crime on campus. In 2011 there was a total of 41 thefts reported on campus, with 5 liquor/drug related violations also reported. Something also to be aware of, Huntington Beach is a seaside community which means there is a likely event of storm surge, and possibility of tsunamis.The community is also on fault lines which make earthquakes a safety issue as well. In the city there are 364 police officers for its 189,992 residents.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Houston is serviced by the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, the METRO offers bus and rail service to the city. If you’re looking to take the bus, the #42 bus goes directly to campus. Depending on where you live you can also take the MetroRail to Ensemble/HCC station and catch the connection 42 bus to get to campus. If you’re a student with a valid student ID you can purchase a Metro Q Fare card at a discounted price.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Located in Houston, Texas this University has its share of traffic problems.Located around US 59, route 288 and I-45, the traffic can be nightmarish during peak times. Between 8 and 10 am, make sure you leave early to get to class because traffic will be at a crawl on 59 and Southmore Blvd can also be a pain to navigate. However, the location of the University makes it fairly easy to get to from many, many side streets so you can avoid the main streets altogether.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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Due to PVCC sharing a town with the University of Virginia the nightlife here is pretty excellent. There are so many shows and dance clubs to get your heart pumping. There are also very chill locations you can relax at after a long day. Fellini’s #9 on West Market Street is a pretty good place to enjoy food and music. The bar is open late so no worries about being parched. Dancing is always fun, so how about checking out the countless nightclubs in town? M&M Lounge is a really great place, it’s a restaurant by day and a dance club by night. there are many other places to hang out with, far too many to name.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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PVCC boast a decent sized campus with 3,758 individuals pursuing undergraduate studies. The gender makeup skews slightly toward more women, but not by much. The town itself is pretty good sized, as of 2010 43,475 called Charlottesville, Virginia home. This town has a fairly young population with the median age being only 26 years old. In an interesting statistic, for every 100 females there are 84 males here in Charlottesville.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

It should come as no surprise that apartment costs in Honolulu are expensive. An average price for a one bedroom rental is almost $2,000 a month and if you’re looking for more bedrooms that can cost you upwards of $2,800. It would probably be advised to room with friends or family while attending school in this location if you’re young and just starting out. However, there usually isn’t a shortage of rentals - but make sure you know if they are vacation rentals or not. Wouldn’t want to get booted out of your nice apartment after a few months.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Being the hot tourist destination, Honolulu, Hawaii has plenty of things to do and see. Are you a history buff? Check out the USS Arizona Memorial, they offer a 75-minute program that details the World War II battleship. When you visit this historical place you will learn about Pearl Harbor as well. Feeling adventurous? Check out Diamond Head, where you can witness the huge volcanic crater.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

There are a few choice places to grab a bite to eat between classes. The Chicken Shack is located just down the street from campus and has some delicious chicken tenders in a special honey hot sauce that anybody would enjoy. Also a few clicks off campus is the Bamboo Garden serving Japanese style cuisine. Around town, if you want to drive you can find many different kinds of food from Thai to Mexican.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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On this Rock Hill, South Carolina campus only a few instances of arrests were reported, definitely not something to be overly concerned about. There are a total of 162 police officers in this city of 66,000. There has been a total of 1,914 instances of theft, and 6 murders within the borders within the last year or so. The Rock Hill property crime rate is 28% lower than the South Carolina average.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Huntsville is suffering from an economic downturn, but it will perk back up within good time. The biggest employer in the city is the Texas Department of Criminal Justice with 6,744 hard working employees. Sam Houston State is actually the 2nd largest employer. According to statistics the median household income is only $26,864.

 
Weather

Weather

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Huntsville, Texas is a pretty warm and wet climate. It’s wet because of it’s proximity to the Gulf of Mexico where moisture gets drawn out then dumped on the city. Average temperatures in the Summer reach over 90 degrees, while they don’t get below 40 (low temps) in the Winter. It does, very rarely, get cold - the lowest recorded temperature was 2 degrees in 1989. On the other side of the spectrum, it can get uncomfortably hot. A record of 108 degrees was set in 2000. Yikes!

 
Demographics

Demographics

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This medium sized campus has almost 7,700 undergraduates bursting through its doors. The gender breakdown is skewed with 66% of women occupying the halls while only 34% are men. The majority of the students in attendance here are African-American. The town of Macon, Georgia is also majority African-American at 62% of the population. The 2010 census puts the population at 91,351 which is a 6.5% drop from the year 2000.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

CGTC is serviced by the Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority or MTA for short. The only bus that runs to the campus is the number 9 bus, it runs weekdays and Saturdays. The last bus leaves at 10:31 each day, so if you have a late class make sure you hop on that bus. The bus stops at various intervals throughout the day, check your map for times and stops.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

The campus is situated right off of route 113 (East Ave) with easy access from I-95 and I-295. If you don’t like traveling main highways, you can take route 115 to Commenwealth Ave to campus. Or Route 3 to College Hill Rd, and you can easily get to campus that way.The campus is in a perfect location to commute, but keep in mind that the school does charge a “commuter fee” for parking and to help fund a discount bus pass programs.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

There are plenty of things to do at night in Warwick Rhode Island since it is the second largest city in the state. Track 84 is a fun dive bar with exceptional service to help ease the pain of a long hard day at the office or on campus. A hotspot for locals is Fat Belly’s Pub, a lovely watering hole that appears to be in the middle of nowhere. Patrons are always friendly and welcoming. Tavern 12 is another hangout in Warwick, they have karaoke nights which are a delight!

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

Apartment costs are very affordable in this area near campus. The average rent for a one bedroom hovers just above $600 per month, which isn’t terrible - especially if you’re sharing your one bedroom with one other person. Two bedrooms will set you back around $740 a month, and and three bedroom is just about $1100 a month. Mind you, these are just average prices - there are plenty of apartments that will have cheaper rent and be more affordable to you.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

There are some hip joints a few miles off of campus if you’re craving some food. Landry’s Seafood and Steakhouse satisfies your need for red meat and seafood, they have a Canjur flair which adds to the experience. Rio Bravo Mexican Restaurant in New Iberia is a good addition to the growing list of Mexican restaurants in the area. Duffy’s Diner is also really nice if you just want a good sandwich while you’re in a rush to class.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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The Philbrook Museum of Art is highly regarded among locals and tourists alike. Has many exhibits from European, American, African and Asian artists. The location of the museum is amazing as it is surrounded by lovely gardens and it is housed in an Italian style villa. The Gilcrease Museum nearby has the world’s largest collection of art from the American West. The third largest zoo in the United States is also located in Tulsa, so if you’re into wildlife then going there would be an absolute treat!

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

At TCC, there has been a few instances of property crime on campus, but no other violations have been reported. Tulsa is a fairly large city with over 396,000 people living within its borders. In a year there has been 11,857 instances of theft, 2,617 instances of assault and 54 murders. Tulsa is safer than 2% of the cities in the US. The chance of being a victim of a crime in the city is 1 in 16.

 
Weather

Weather

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

It’s hot! Texas is naturally a hot warm state, and the city of San Antonio is no exception to this rule. In January the average low is 41, this is warm for average high’s in the northern states. In the Summer you definitely will need an air conditioner, temperatures can soar up to 100 degrees and beyond. June boasts the most precipitation with an average of 4 inches of rain. May and October also have high averages for rainfall.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Dylan McMahon - Property Manager

San Antonio and Northwest Vista College is serviced by VIA Metropolitan Transit. You can take a few different buses and end up on campus in a timely fashion. You can take the 620 line bus, or the 660. The 64 bus line also goes to NVC, since that one is an express bus make sure you check the map for stops if you’re looking to get on it. The campus also has a shuttle service from the SeaWorld lot, the last bus leaves 8:45pm so make sure you get there in time to make it. You can purchase bus passes at the business office at the Cypress Campus Center on campus.

 

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