Recent Alumnus 2012-06-07T13:32:53Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Amy at Glen Burnie is fantastic, the others not so much.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-07T13:32:18Z
Very Good – school is very good and I am happy thus far, 3 year in. Love the history and Gov teachers.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-01T22:55:34Z
Marvelous Academic Experience – Many opportunities are available to students in many ways,such as independent study,internships, academic guidance from counselors and from professors. Counselors are there to help anyone dealing with their academic problems.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-01T22:45:30Z
Vast Amount of Resources Available – Resources are available to students through out the year without any cost. These resources includes library, computer labs, tutoring center, student services, campus activities, peer tutoring and even online tutoring is available 24/7
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-01T22:41:29Z
Time Management – I took an online class, it was 6 week long class rather than 15 week long.All the quizzes and assignments were already available to students, so that they can complete assignment as they have free available time. It was just a matter of managing time so that one can submit assignments on time or before time.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-01T22:29:59Z
Excellent Network – My Community College has free and available WiFi all the time. Students are allowed to use computer labs for their academic work and research.Students are given opportunity to borrow library's laptops, if the computer labs are busy .In every class, we have computers, so that instructors can use them to show either presentation to class while giving lectures or to show some academic related videos and photographs. The network speed is very fast.
College Senior 2012-05-11T15:38:07Z
Diverse Community – My school is made up of a lot of different people from a lot of different backgrounds. I take classes with kids right out of high school and working adults that are pursuing further education to enhance their resume.
College Senior 2012-05-11T15:35:44Z
Unsure of Uniqueness – I am a part time student that has taken part in traditional, online and hybrid classes. I also work and am a mother of 2 young children. I really have not had the time to look into many aspects of the school other than the classes which I have found to be very flexible.
College Senior 2012-05-11T15:32:27Z
I have not had the need to utilize this service yet. I am currently employed part time so that I can go to school part time. I expect to use these services in the future.
College Senior 2012-04-30T20:31:25Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Friendly and Helpful Staff – I am a first year student at AACC and needed help registering for financial aid. When I went to the office, the staff was very friendly and helpful when giving me all the necessary information needed to apply.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-05T18:10:49Z
Online Classes – The few online classes that I took were pretty easy. The only bad thing was not being able to ask a question and have a response right way. Some teachers took a day or two to respond.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-05T18:06:16Z
I liked attending AACC. There are some good teachers and some that are okay, but for the most part their helpful and know what they are talking about.
College Sophomore 2012-03-30T19:45:39Z
Most Are Below 25 Years Old – Majority of the students at my school are people I grew up with and went to school with in the county. It was always thought that if you were lucky, you went to school out of state and everyone else just ended up going to AACC. Some classes have people as old as 65. It really does prove that you're never too old to attend college.
College Sophomore 2012-03-30T19:30:21Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Simple as It Gets – It was so easy to have my financial aid submitted. All I had to do was enter my school code and fill out my verification worksheet with my parent. Within a week and a half, the Financial Aid office had packaged my awards together.
College Sophomore 2012-03-30T19:24:09Z
Applying to the school only took about 5 minutes. They have you take a placement test to see what classes you need. Scheduling was easy and flexible. AACC makes it easy for anyone with a busy schedule and tight budget to attend classes.
College Senior 2012-03-21T17:51:31Z
Internship Office – AACC offers an internship office that helps students find internships. Though I have never used this office, I have heard great things about it.
College Senior 2012-03-21T17:48:33Z
There are many different campus resources besides the basic math and art buildings. They offer different cafe and lounge spots. There is also a public safety building, a health offer, a information desk, libraries, a pool and athletic building, and a couple different theater buildings.
College Senior 2012-03-21T17:42:56Z
Scenic and Unique Classes – For a community college, AACC offers a bigger campus rather than a one building campus. There are nature trails, many picnic tables, expanses of green grass, and room to roam about. There are also unique and a wide variety of classes. Almost everything you can think of from masculinity studies,landscape drawing, to gender music power classes, AACC offers.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-24T00:08:34Z
Online Classes – They offer the registered nursing program all online. It is very helpful. I am able to work as much as I do and take care of everything I need to while still getting the degree that I want.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-24T00:06:42Z
RN Program – I've heard nothin but good things involved with the registered nursing program. It is one of the best in the state for community colleges and will definately help me get a job just by completing this program.
College Senior 2012-02-23T18:08:42Z
I loved taking my online class. I could do all my school work from home and also keep a flexible schedule at my job. I loved that the teacher was always willing to answer any questions via email. He had the course outline already set the first day and all assignments with their due dates already on the calendar so no one could forget. I liked that I could chat with fellow students in the class and at one time we had to work together on an assignment and come up with different ideas for a situation. The workload wasn't a lot and we had 4 different attempts at our final exam and the professor was kind enough to take our best grade out of all attempts.
College Senior 2012-02-23T18:01:45Z
Life as an AACC Student – If you're a working student while trying to go to college, Anne Arundel Community College is the perfect place to go. They have morning, afternoon, evening and even have weekend classes to accomodate with your work schedule. They have many groups that students can join with their free time and they also have athletic teams that students can join too. I prefer AACC because it's cheaper then going to a university and it's not too far between work and home.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-07T23:24:29Z
Large Campus – Coming from a medium sized university, this campus is pretty large compared to other community college campuses with plenty of parking. But other than that I've never noticed anything else profoundly unique.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-07T23:18:33Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Be Time Conscious – It's always important to have the FAFSA and all other financial paperwork done in a timely manner to prevent any delay for registering for classes. But the education received is worth the price and the financial aid advisers were for the most part helpful in explaining the FAFSA processes, but not so much on cost of tuition. It'd be better if the experience with the staff could be more one-on-one.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-03T08:30:39Z
Suplamental instruction was very helpful. Its students that have taken the class and recieved an A that hold tutoring sessions for the same class. I always did so much better in classes that had an SI over classes that didn't.
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