College Sophomore 2013-11-14T16:46:10Z
not at that point yet
College Sophomore 2013-11-14T16:45:16Z
could be more promising .
College Sophomore 2013-11-14T16:44:31Z
depends on the person who advises you.
College Sophomore 2013-11-14T16:43:06Z
Faculty member could be a bit stagnet.
College Junior 2013-08-31T21:55:37Z
Though I'm not enrolled in any online courses personally, I've heard students truly enjoy the online course experience. I've reviewed the professors that tend to teach online courses, and most have great feedback from students. I might plan to take a few myself in the future.
College Junior 2013-08-31T21:51:59Z
Flexibility is a strong asset for this college. Professors allow students with part-time jobs to leave a tad early or late when notified. If the times and courses aren't favorable, students are able to add/drop or switch classes to fit their desired schedule. Students tend to be late with registration or decide they dislike or are performing poorly in a class, so the college has a policy of allowing the add/drop process even after the semester begins. Transferring credits isn't difficult since the school has catalogs in certain majors that will prepare students to transfer. Many recognized schools in the state will accept the student no matter the circumstance.
College Junior 2013-08-31T21:33:39Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid office was very helpful and patient with the bustling number of students. However, physically meeting the office is almost necessary when e-mail and telephone lines are too busy to answer. There is a minimal fee for making a payment plan which wasn't widely known until asked. Although, the tuition fee is quite reasonable for the education that's offered. It's up to the individual to utilize the many advantages open to the college since it's so flexible, saving time and money.
College Senior 2013-08-28T14:23:19Z
Post grad services at MCCC are just alright. The career center is mostly average, but gets the job done if you are looking for help. As for job prospects there are many posts all over the school about job opportunities and internships.
College Senior 2013-08-28T14:21:17Z
My experience at Mercer County Community College was honestly not that great. Because it is a community college scheduling classes is unlike scheduling a class at a 4 year college. I feel like at a 4 year college you get more help on creating your schedule to be back to back. My schedule always ends up having long hour breaks, which limits me to get more classes, since I cannot be here the whole day. Other than that classes are pretty good and most professors are awesome.
College Senior 2013-08-28T14:14:39Z
When I registered I thought it was a spring course, but ended up being a winter online course. I was not informed in an email and then I also had problems logging on and connecting to take tests and other activities. I will never do online courses again.
College Junior 2013-08-02T00:40:50Z
The library is very helpful and convenient. The athletic center is clean and well maintained.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T21:07:13Z
they have decent hours and there are normally people around to help you through your needs.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T21:03:49Z
great professors, in the EET program at Mercer. I would highly recommend it to people who are interested in the field.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T21:02:24Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition is not too unreasonable, and they offer a really nice payment plan through Sallie Mae which is interest free.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T21:01:42Z
I studied EET at Mercer and i had a wonderful time with wonderful professors who were very helpful and personable and amazing educators overall.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-05T12:48:56Z
There are a large amount of resources, assistance, librarians, and activities like trips to new York but you will never find out about any of it or know how to get involved if you don't search it out
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-05T12:21:28Z
There were so many amazing professors but for each one there are a million problems such as internet goingg down hybrid online course access not working administration is rude and unhelpful you get sent to three buildings for a problem they caused. Financial aid is lazy and faculty admits they do no work screw up everything and withhold documents. The school is unorganized and uninformative you will be given the wrong classes have classes canceled and never be informed and the cost has risen to the point where I have found universities only twenty dollars More semester. Definitely go if you are.not sure what you want.to major.in. schedule your own classes only core and get.out.while your GPA is high and you don't have to many credits many won't transfer and an associates even takes the best students three years
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-04T12:42:36Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The classes use to be really great for the money but rates have risen every year while teachers retire with out being replaced less classes are available and larger course loads are mandatory for teachers the financial aid office is rude gives wrong information and doesn't realize the huge problems they cause students by not caring or being too lazy to give you the paper work you need...that is what I was told by some wine that works in the office not my own ranging. As the cost had risen I have actually found highly admired four year schools that are pretty much the same cost per class as mercer.you need yo he on top of anything financial they will freeze you from classes and cancel your classes if financial aid is Kaye or if you have any payment problems and you will need to spend an hour fixing it in three different offices
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-04T12:35:01Z
Study abroad, clep testing, scholerships, social events on and off campus, audit classes, independent study, sports and clubs, three to four campus options certain times a year such as within local high schools, classes five am to 11pm
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-04T12:30:54Z
My last two semesters were better then the rest I finally started being the squeeky wheel and constantly confronting the faculty who were constantly making mistakes in every possible way. I took two edu classes that required a certain amount of observation hours which they should say before as some people did not leave time open during school hours and one teacher was constantly losing things and giving random grades with no explanation but therer are dome great teachers in the program that will help you. If u are transferring most edu classes won't transfer the way you need them to and an ass degree never takes two years either major in liberal arts or take a few classes and get out.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-04T12:24:04Z
There is a lot of diversity and I believe most students are very accepting. You definitely notice seperation in the cafe or social events but in the classroom no one cares and will work with each other. There are clubs for every interest and nationality and everyone is not only accepting but dhows interest.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-04T12:20:51Z
There are some great resources that you will never hear about but if you are self motivated many doors can open. There are many great teachers who work at other colleges in the area that cost a lot more. Some professors are awful they hate teaching and their students. Workloads are different for each person and the registration process will lead you to a black hole that you can never escape keep in contact with your advisor and always schedule classes on your own online. Check constantly online because your grades will be wrong along with canceling your classes without telling you.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-04T12:14:24Z
The internet constantly goes down, teachers don't have ability to show lessons and there is a different password for every building which you may not know. They don't allow all computers to be used and you are charged for each paper printed there are three people working in lab...none can help you and word will crash most likely while freezing the online classes are even worse constant issues
College Freshman 2013-06-01T04:16:01Z
The campus is filled with students of all ages who are getting an education to better their careers.
College Junior 2013-05-30T01:16:06Z
The professors are pretty helpful and I feel that I learn a lot. There are some classes that students start to lose focus but this is a school where the education is pretty good.
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