I've gone to three different schools. TCC, tarleton, and ualr. My favorite was TCC. I took college algebra, trigonometry, calculus 1, and calculus 2 there. I don't really blame TCC for misrepresenting math because they don't offer a math degree. Retroactively, I wish that the beginning math classes had just been advanced calculus or real analysis or whatever, but at the time I liked the math classes at TCC and the math teachers I had (David Gustafson and Cynthia Albee and someone else whose name I don't remember) were super available and super helpful and Gustafson in particular made the subject even more interesting than I already found it at the time.
I didn't want to go to tarleton, so that colors all of my experiences there. But anyway, the teachers were generally not as available or interested in helping me and they didn't explain stuff as well as the teachers at TCC did and I didn't understand a lot of the stuff in calculus 3 and differential equations and some other classes and I hated them, although some of the classes were interesting despite the lack of good teachers, including discrete math and number theory.
I didn't really want to go to UALR either. Linear algebra was easy and interesting despite having a terrible teacher. I finally understood what a vector was in that class. Math software was fine, but not actually a math class. College geometry was pretty stupid. Applied statistics 1 was stuff I already knew mostly, and I crapped my way through applied statistics 2 without actually learning anything. I really hated math history, even though I want to emphasize I was extremely interesting the subject, the teacher of the class was such an annoying piece of crap I couldn't stand it. Advanced calculus was totally opaque to me the first time I took it and when I went to the teacher for help, I left more confused and dropped the class half way through. The second time I took it I did better in it, but I failed the class for unrelated personal reasons. The first time I took the senior seminar, I didn't know how to do any of the homework and I think I horribly failed the MFT and I didn't have a good research project and I just ended up giving up because I hated everything.
I can't really pick one out of UALR and tarleton as the better one. They're both kind of crappy. And TCC was good. When it comes to like, my experience in the classes I mean. When it comes to preparing you to like be a mathematician they probably all suck equally.