College Senior 2013-04-07T15:01:37Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition is more affordable than larger Universities but slightly higher than other community colleges such as BCCC.
College Senior 2013-04-07T14:59:16Z
The facilities are pretty decent for a small community college. There is a gym and pool but the hours are pretty bad. The campus is small but still has basic amenities to offer the students.
College Senior 2013-04-07T14:57:49Z
I feel the school has more options available then most. Many classes are offered both during the day and evening and there are a lot of online courses as well. This school is definitely friendlier towards non-traditional students who have other responsibilities such as work and family then many other schools in the area.
College Senior 2013-04-07T14:55:35Z
Courses are easy to register and seem to be similar in structure, difficulty, and format to classes I have taken online through larger universities. I personally hate online courses so I can't score higher than a B.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-02T20:02:39Z
Online classes are a breeze! At Anne Arundel Community College we have an online virtual campus. It allows you to connect with your fellow classmates and professor easily. At times if your internet is down you may have to wait a bit but it never seems to cause a major backup in success. I live over half and hour away from the Arnold, MD campus and find it relaxing to not have to make such a long commute everyday. Online classes are also available in almost every subject. It's hard to find a class that doesn't have an online sister. The workload can be just as heavy as an in person class - plus side you don't have to carry all the textbooks across campus. The registration process is just as easy as person to person registering. When online as long as you have completed any prerequisites you need for the class you want to take the registration takes only a few minutes. What I have found that with online classes an online video chat or personal messaging/email is the way to have a relationship with your classmates/professor. Sending pictures at first and a little description of yourself at the initial greeting also help the others to see who you truly are. We have online discussion posts which create a large personal messaging board for all peers to communicate. It really helps when you may not have, or want to buy, equipment for video chatting.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-02T19:48:15Z
A new library was completed being built this past August at the start of the new school year. There are several computer labs as well as spacious studying areas. Campus activities are held often throughout the day and night on our campus gathering the students together. Our athletics programs are very devoted to success and the games are filled with faculty, students, and the public. General campus aesthetics include many uniform brick buildings and glass skywalks incorporating movement within different areas of school. There is a steel walking bridge from east and west campus that allows students and faculty to transport to and from.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-30T12:29:43Z
My peers at AACC were some of the best people I've met. Most of them are students fresh out of high school or students that have not applied themselves to 4 year school. They are friendly and I've made some good friends there over the course of my two years. Everyone was helpful especially when it came to class work, I never liked working in group settings but the fact that everyone was so willing to work and not slack off made it worthwhile.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-30T12:25:34Z
I love AACC. The staff and faculty are amazing and everyone is willing to help in any way they can. All of the credits I earned in high school transferred which is great. The campus was always doing construction and it made travelling around campus semi-stressful. But overall my schedule was flexible, I only had one conflict with my job for one class, and I love the people here.
College Junior 2013-03-25T02:51:06Z
The film studies program is great. The classes are varied and cover both analysis and production. The professors definitely know what they are talking about and are very easy to get along with.
College Junior 2013-03-25T02:47:05Z
I'd give them an A. The facilities I've used have been nice. For example, the computer labs have plenty of computers and the library was just redone and is great.
College Senior 2013-03-23T20:28:36Z
The student body on average I would say is diverse and interesting. At Anne Arundel Community College there are many different people to meet that come from different backgrounds.
College Senior 2013-03-17T20:01:36Z
Not the greatest. I graduated from graduate school already and came back to CC for a CPA. But finding the requirements for the exam and the classes I need to take, I found the staff unhelpful.
College Senior 2013-03-17T20:00:09Z
Its big, but not as big as a four year university. Sometimes I question on the social life at a community college.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-12T02:04:06Z
Its been pretty good in my opinion at least with my major/program of study in homeland security. None of the credits transfer to out of state schools, which sucks.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-12T01:57:56Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
financial aid is hassle free for the most part, just make sure to keep your GPA up and you wont have any worries.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-12T01:56:30Z
Pretty flexible, there are a lot of majors and programs of study to choose from. Scheduling is flexible too.
College Junior 2013-03-05T01:16:22Z
Being at a community college makes it harder to make lasting friendships. I have been there for two years and I still don't know many people. Everyone has their own friends and their own lives outside of college. But, this college is very diverse and has a high acceptance of diversity. Anyone can fit in here.
College Junior 2013-03-05T01:12:15Z
The main reason I chose this school was because of how flexible the class schedules are. I am able to work around my personal schedule, which is great.
College Junior 2013-03-04T03:33:53Z
they are pretty good at offering a course all throughout the week so you can make your schedule based on your free time
College Sophomore 2013-02-13T02:13:01Z
The school has been very helpful with its multiple locations. For the fall semester I was working full time and going to school time and the satellite locations made it possible for me to work and go to school without having to sacrifice one more than the other. There was one class that I was not too pleased with, I believe the teacher was new, which would explain his nervousness and how he taught the class. With the exception of that class Anne Arundel Community College is a very good school and some of my other professors teach have taught at Towson, Harvard and other Ivy League schools.
College Sophomore 2013-02-10T22:15:07Z
Overall my academic experience so far has been simply awesome. ALL of my classes have been great and my teachers have been very helpful, friendly, and easy to get along and communicate with. Overall, the workload is challenging but do-able.
College Sophomore 2013-02-10T21:57:48Z
Very flexible scheduling and a very wide range of classes.
College Sophomore 2013-02-08T20:31:38Z
Campus is neatly kept. There are a few campus activities but held at horrible times when most people have class.
College Sophomore 2013-02-08T20:29:45Z
Computer labs are fine. Printing on campus is easy. Network reliability is sketchy as they use Internet Explorer and is so slow and constantly crashing. Wireless access is easy in that you just enter your email address into the network logon page. Do you need a personal laptop or computer? No. but it will aid in the speed of getting work done. Internet Explorer just sucks. Plain and simple.
College Senior 2013-02-05T22:36:53Z
Overall the network system is good. Sometimes though the internet is slow or you can't connect.
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