College Junior 2013-08-01T16:33:44Z
The school is very convenient for working adults. The school its self could stand to be upgraded. I enjoy the school and what they have to offer.
College Junior 2013-08-01T16:20:22Z
I thought the online classes would be much harder than the traditional classroom classes, but they weren't. I loved not having ti drive to school and being able to finish assignments on my own time. The student to teacher communication was not always the best but thr online experience was great.
College Junior 2013-08-01T16:14:19Z
The library does not have much of a variety of resources other than books. The books that are available do nit have much variety either. Students usually go to other libraries to obtain resources or turn to the Internet.
College Junior 2013-08-01T16:10:23Z
There is only one computer lab that is usually full. Students are also allowed to borrow laptops from the front desk in the library. Students are give a $10 dollar printing allowance that goes by pretty quickly.
College Sophomore 2013-04-28T16:17:24Z
The student body is quite varied and I like that. People seem to be very open with each other, and there is a nice feeling of camaraderie.
College Sophomore 2013-04-28T16:15:21Z
Have only spoken to them once, and I am still a freshman.
College Sophomore 2013-04-28T16:14:47Z
As an older student, I am not as well versed and 'networked' as the young kids out of high school, and I truly feel with college it's not what you know but who. I have been left to my own devices (3 semesters in) to decipher the most efficient way to get my degree. I have had questionable advice, and have learned that I am allowed to seek other advisory opinions. The State regulatory board has intervened because the prospective nursing students are taking way too many credits for the AS, and I for one, missed the Math part of the Accuplacer test by 5 points and it set me back a whole year. Now they are trying to rectify it, but it's too late for me, and I am becoming increasingly frustrated, but because none of my classes will transfer, I am stuck.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-13T20:12:33Z
I liked the education classes and they easily transferred to Rowan
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-13T20:11:35Z
Its not a bad school, small. Has the same problems most schools have. Small class sizes and good communication with professors. I wish the student body was more involved and there was more things to do around campus.
College Senior 2012-09-05T22:12:02Z
The Books! The books are incredibly expensive and are only used for the access code inside the front cover. Truly an unnecessary expense.
College Senior 2012-09-05T22:10:39Z
Not Very Diverse. It is mostly white students and there are a handful of black and latino students. I have only met one other Asian so far.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-27T21:39:11Z
Not the Best – There is only one computer lab in the library and it is usually full. Most of the time people are just on facebook or playing games so it's aggrevating when you actually want to do work. The wifi barely works, but there are laptop available in the library. Each room has a projector and some of the classrooms have computers.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-20T01:34:55Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The tuition is definitely worth it. It is only bad when you don't have the money.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-20T01:33:02Z
I love the way their teachers are dedicated to your education. They really care.
Recent Alumnus 2011-10-13T16:50:00Z
Lacks Difficulty – When I compare the workload of my classes compared to what my friends have at other colleges, I feel like I'm hardly doing anything. I am learning and taking plenty of notes, and on its own the college is fine; but when you look at the college in relation to others, it just does not compare. I am a full-time student, but I have a ton of free time and sometimes feel like I am wasting time in class.
Recent Alumnus 2011-10-13T16:39:54Z
Completed 1 Year of College During High School for Free – In my experience, Salem Community College is fantastic: My high school had an agreement with the college which allowed us students to receive college level courses while still in high school and the college guaranteed that those credits would be accepted. We had the opportunity to graduate with up to 1/2 of the credits needed for an Associate degree, which I am currently completing. All of the credits received during high school were paid for by the school, so, in essence, we completed an entire year of college for free!
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-26T00:53:54Z
The people were cliche, the experience was painful, and the school is under code regulations...if i had the option to transfer i would
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