Recent Alumnus 2011-01-23T18:53:16Z
Teachers Are Non-Existant – Most of the time the teachers for online classes are non-existent and it starts to become more of a peer to peer learning session. You read the book then talk amongst yourselves without any presence of a teacher. I did take one class though where the professor did give very detailed responses to all homework/exams/projects and questions.
Recent Alumnus 2011-01-23T18:50:48Z
Supposed Culinary Program – Apparently we have a great culinary program. Apart from that, I believe it's the same from any other community college.
Recent Alumnus 2011-01-23T17:22:22Z
Haven't Graduated – I haven't transferred out yet, but since it is a CC I assume that unless your major was Nursing or Criminal Justice, you probably need to transfer and get a BA/BS to get a job.
Recent Alumnus 2011-01-23T17:04:09Z
Great Overall – My only complaint is that there aren't as many course offerings/sections available at the Cape May County campus compared to the main campus
Recent Alumnus 2011-01-23T16:58:50Z
It's tricky being a social science major, because at the Community College level there are not going to get a great variety of major specigic classes. That being said, ACCC does okay with what they have with regards to the Social Sciences. I only wish they had more qualified professors.
Recent Alumnus 2011-01-23T07:01:02Z
Online Classes – Online classes are not difficult to navigate, but they depend largely upon the professors. On average, online classes tend to be stale and depend heavily upon students to teach themselves. However, it could be argued that online classes are easier than in-classroom counterparts - if not just for the more flexible schedule - so they may be good options for students looking to complete core requirements that are irrelevant to their majors.
College Senior 2011-01-10T07:07:04Z
Bad Wifi – The wireless internet is always having problems, but the library computers are all up and running, although there are a limited amount of them.
College Senior 2011-01-10T06:52:55Z
Good Intro Into College Life – I like my school, and I love the affordable tuition, but I am still looking to transfer to a four year college. Atlantic Cape Community College is a good way to get started with college without leaving the comforts of home, and it prepares you for transfer with its excellent english programs. I'm very happy with my experience.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-05T03:07:19Z
Culinary Is Number One – Atlantic Cape has a well known culinary program. Many who come to the school are interested in the program. It is interesting because there is an on campus restaurant where students are able to work.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-03T03:05:15Z
Professors have the most control on the curriculum, it all depends on who you end up with. There are a handful of professors that rather see you bleed before you get an A in their class. So be prepared to work hard in your general rec classes!
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-12T04:33:31Z
Very Diverse – At ACCC we have all types of students. There are kids fresh out of high school and people returning to school after many years. We have a very culturally and ethnic diversity represented on campus as well.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-12T04:30:04Z
Best Around – I have encountered some of the best professors at this college. Most of the ones I have had are very knowledgable and do full lectures without notes. I have taken a wide variety of courses from counseling, to business, science,social work, and psycology and have had great professors in every department. You can register in person or online and advisors are readily available to assist you. We have a great culinary program and nursing program located on campus.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-12T04:25:13Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition for this community college is the lowest in the state. I have learned more here than when I attended a 4 year University. I have recently recieved a great amount of assistance from the staff while trying to get a financial aid appeal.
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