College Senior 2013-07-29T14:04:48Z
On site registering is a very painful process. In-person communications is the best way to get anything done. E-mail communication is decent. The online class system, however, is not something that I would use again. Many crashes, assignments and/or emails not submitting, and the lack of any navigational ease make the system in need of an overhaul.
College Senior 2013-01-30T02:46:21Z
I have a mix of seated and online classes taylored to fit my schedule
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-07T19:13:57Z
I chose this school because I knew I could get a two year degree and then transfer into North Carolina State. It was cheaper to do this, and I also think that it will help me prepare for a four year university. I'll be finished this semester and overall, it was a good school for transferring out of.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-19T20:53:25Z
Good Tutoring Access – This school has multiple people who are willing to tutor anyone who is struggling in their classes. Also, they have students who are available to help also.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-12T22:44:07Z
Have a Plan- Figure Out What Will Transer. the Rest Is Flexible – I have been able to sit down with a faculty member who would be able to tell me what i still need to take, give me a list of classes to fill those requirements, tell me what teachers would be teaching those classes, and even tell me when those classes would be. I could sit down, pick a class, pick a teacher, and pick a class time. If one class wouldn't fit in my schedule, which was rare, I could simply take something else. It was always a good idea to look at the college I wanted to transfer to- to see what would transfer as what and fill what requirement- BIO111 would transfer as BIO... and fill a Bio requirement at my next college. This is a community college, so most of the classes will transfer.
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