College Senior 2013-02-17T04:20:04Z
We have the College Transfer Center which brings in college representatives to our campus routinely. Joblink is available on our campus as well to assist in job placement and resume writing.
College Senior 2013-02-17T04:14:17Z
The instructors have really been wonderful about answering questions, providing outside the classroom assistance as well as promoting overall student success.
College Senior 2013-02-17T04:09:07Z
Johnston Community College has been very helpful in assisting me pursue my educational goals. The campus as well as the website tools help ensure a successful outcome for students.
College Junior 2012-12-20T07:26:49Z
For my program, practice is our bread and water. With ultrasound machines on campus, our ability to train ourselves into our future craft is beyond measure of blessings and benevolence. Also, our library is exquisite, even offering a commendable selection of CD's for students to check out periodically.
College Junior 2012-12-20T07:16:25Z
Johnston Community College has a large health-care program, many of which offer a wide selection of clinical sites to help train their students to perform in the work field, but also to help create a reputation for themselves among many quality professional health providers, creating strong and clear opportunities for employment post-graduation.
College Senior 2012-12-14T16:38:06Z
The teachers are very committed to the success of each student within my program. They do an excellent job of using different modalities to enhance our learning experience. In addition, because my program of study also includes a clinical rotation, it makes being able to apply what we are learning that much more important. The resources we are provided in lab and the availability of the teachers to help guide us is critical to our future success. I think the registration process is convenient and the workload is acceptable but challenging. I think the teachers do an excellent job of conveying to the students that the program demands a certain level of commitment from each student.
College Senior 2012-12-14T16:32:08Z
My program is, for the most part, contained within one building on campus referred to as the Health Science Building. Each building has its own computer lab with access to the schools network and printer. However, I feel as though this may be one area that could use some improvement going forward. The computers are a bit dated and you have to supply your own paper in order to use the printer. I think that many students would agree that the technology could definitely use an upgrade.
College Senior 2012-12-14T16:27:00Z
For a small, rural, community college I am pleasantly surprised at the diversity of the student body. We have students of all ages, races, and backgrounds that it makes it difficult to define the "typical" student. In terms of the students that are in my program of study (Ultrasound), I believe the one common trait each student possess is commitment. The program itself was a challenge to get into so being selected really meant something to each of us.
College Senior 2012-12-14T16:14:59Z
I am not that familiar with the alumni network so I am basing my review on the job prospects and the career center. I think the career center could definitely use an upgrade in order to allow students a better chance of networking, especially in the social-media climate of todays modern job market.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-16T14:04:15Z
A New Start – I am grateful that I have a community college in my area. I know there are many places where students must travel long distances to earn their degree. JCC has opened doors to me. I have the opportunity to gain knowledge and have an education. I am provided with so many tools and resources to help me succeed. What more can I ask for?
College Sophomore 2012-07-21T01:15:06Z
It's Okay – I think JCC is taking its time getting more updated and better about the academic experience. They are trying to evolve and change, with all the suggestions that people are giving them.
College Sophomore 2012-07-21T01:10:42Z
Overall Good Online Classes. I feel that the online courses are good classes. You can learn a lot, and you have access to the information, and can do the class whenever it is convenient.
College Sophomore 2012-07-21T01:05:13Z
It's Okay – I feel you can receive a good education at JCC. But majority of the employees do not know how to do their jobs correctly, or what exactly their job entails. And I feel that a lot of the instructors are just their for a job, they don't really care.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-19T14:42:09Z
My college provides a transit bus to pick up students for classes. This bus has a low fee as well. I also enjoy the campus tours the school delivers for future students. this allows students to get a full "heads up" on all the information provided at the college.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-19T14:39:19Z
Excellent Option – I feel that my college is the best option for me at this time. Community colleges give a great means of enhancement. My school delivers extensive skills that enable students to handle advanced situations in life. This school has given me a path for success.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-19T14:32:29Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I feel that my school delivers great skills for the amount of tuition. I have not yet had to pay out of pocket for any of my expenses. I actually have a great amount left over after my pell grant. This allowed me to pay my rent and gas to be able to continue getting my education.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-19T14:29:27Z
Continuing Success – I have recieved plenty of useful information regarding my education at Johnston Community. The staff go above and beyond their duties in assisting student. I would give this school an A for the extended and excellent efforts.
College Senior 2012-07-05T21:11:35Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Get Started Early – My brother and mom found out not to wait till the last minute to sign up for Financial Aid. If you wait too late you might not have money in time or any money at all for your school.
College Senior 2012-07-05T21:06:40Z
Keep up With the Week – I was excited to take an online class at my college. The only thing the tripped me up was I would get my week days mixed up and miss an assignment once in a while.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T20:45:12Z
Not There Yet – I haven't graduated yet and I don't know how it will apply or how great of an experience it is.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T20:39:37Z
Dropped It – I don't personally like the online class idea. So I don't know if it's a good system or not..
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T20:34:24Z
There is a lot of choice in JCC classes, from which electives transfer to what time they are offered. When getting ready to sign up for classes, the options will automatically say if the credits transfer or not.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-05T20:31:15Z
Early College Program – I love my school. I get to have a flexible schedule, free tutoring, and great teachers. All the teachers at JCC are there because they want to share their knowledge. They are always very helpful, and will accomidate to your needs. It's nice because your learning experience is up to you. If you care, and try, chances are you will succeed.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-23T20:15:53Z
One Big Family. It's a community college, so the students are as varied as they come. Everyone has a story, and many have led either extraordinary or non-traditional lives. Some people are just inspired. Others are lazy and never really grew up. No matter where you fall on the spectrum, you'll find friends and develop lifelong mentors. You'll find you become a more well-rounded person who's more accepting of all types. And most importantly, you'll find your place in it all.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-23T19:59:17Z
Class Schedule Flexibility Was Great, but Class Selection Was Limited. Getting in to the class sections I wanted was always fairly simple as long as I did all my homework about which classes I needed, met with my advisor in a timely manner, and logged in as soon as I became activated. The downside of my community college was the lack of variety of subject areas taught at the school. Anthropology? Drama/Theatre? Communications? Forget about it. Basics like Biology, Calculus, and English? No shortage there. As far as transferability of my credits? HA! In the state of NC, it's a pain in the keester. Most 4 years here don't really care too much for transfers. Private schools tend to be more accepting, but it's still a lot of personal groundwork, emailing, and phone calling. I found that other states were actually much more willing and open to work with transfer students. NC has much to learn from some of its fellow states. Transfers certainly have more work in transferring, but in the long run, it makes you a better and more resourceful person because it forces you to decide and feel confident about what you WANT!! : )
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