College Junior 2013-10-14T03:09:31Z
Recently, school has been exciting but at the same time confusing. The instructors for my surgical technology clinical are sometime never on the same page since there is three teachers with nineteen students. All in which have different techniques on same procedures.
College Junior 2013-10-14T03:06:33Z
not a whole lot of jobs within the school.
College Junior 2013-10-14T03:03:51Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I have had an solid education at Niagara County Community College its been a great seven semesters of learning, i feel i took advantage of the financial grants i was receiving and got a lot of schooling done without taking out a single loan. thank god!
College Junior 2013-08-06T18:40:07Z
I believe the professors actually care about their students. They do whatever they can to be accommodating and to make sure each and every one of us succeeds. They are smart and know what they are talking about. Overall, great group of educators.
College Junior 2013-08-06T18:33:44Z
Sometimes technology is slow here! Networks are down from time to time for maintenance but I do like our allowance of printing each semester. I never run out of printing jobs. Maybe one day faster wireless!?
College Junior 2013-08-06T18:31:17Z
I'd say the campus has a nice layout. Going from A to G makes it easier to locate your classes. Bathrooms are pretty easy to find. Only being two floors is also a helpful...that way you don't have to run to your next class. I'd like to see more computer labs, but they few they do have are a fair size to accommodate students. Library is quiet. Not sure where the pool is, maybe they can put signs..and make the exercise/weight room bigger!
College Senior 2013-07-08T19:11:40Z
If you register at the right time then classes are very flexible and the staff works to make your experience exactly what you want. But just be careful about wasting time because classes fill up very fast and you don't want to lose out on chances to take what you want!
College Senior 2013-07-08T19:02:37Z
At Niagara CCC professors work their hardest to provide online students with the same experience that the campus students get. Professors allow students to come into scheduled classes on campus if they would like to or have time and they also email back and forth daily with students even from home beyond school hours. By the end of the semester you feel like you sat in a classroom the entire semester except on your time and according to your schedule. It is a great experience.
College Senior 2013-07-08T18:58:03Z
SUNY Niagara County Community College is a great place and the students along with staff are why it is a B+ school. The grade is not based off of actually academic performance alone, but also creativity and participation. Our school has plenty of free activities for students and there is always a great turn out. Niagara CCC also has great opportunities for students and the staff works it'd hardest to connect with every student.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-03T15:09:44Z
There are flyers everywhere in the hallways and on tables advertising for a school function or fundraiser. NCCC's student life has become much more involved now that they have the apartments on campus. There was aways something during the week to be involved in. They also advertised when schools came to campus for transfer days or when job fairs were going on.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-03T15:07:14Z
Professors at NCCC learn to know who you are after a few weeks because the class sizes are so small. Some professors give more of a workload than others, but that has more to do with the curriculum and the level of class you are in. For example, expect to have more of a workload in a 200 level class than a 100 level class. As a business student, I found that some professors just have you read and discuss in class. Others ask you to do group projects as well. None of them were too difficult to manage as long as I used my time properly and didn't wait till the last minute.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-03T15:01:05Z
It was easy for me to transfer from NCCC to NU because of the agreement they have. I chose NCCC because it had so many agreements with other schools, so I knew my credits would transfer over no matter where I decided to go. I am a business/accounting student and 79 hours of my time at NCCC is transferring to NU. I recommend NCCC to anyone who doesn't know what they want to do because the credits you earn there are easily transferred to many colleges in the area.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-03T14:54:10Z
I'm a business major, and my classes have not only given me the education I need to transfer to my next school but has also helped me out in the real world. I have to take the general education courses that all students in my major have to take, but there are a wide range of options so I have the freedom to choose what I want to take. The workload is not tough at all as long as one can manage time. The class sizes are small, so your professors get to know you and if you need help its easy to ask for it because you don't have to explain who you are to them. Its a great transition school from high school to a four year college.
College Junior 2013-05-17T15:41:03Z
Computer labs are full more times than not. Printing is very easy and quick. The network isn't always reliable, in parts of the building it is hard to get any network at all, and if you do it is very slow.
College Junior 2013-05-17T15:37:27Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition is well worth it. I always have a problem in the financial aid office, they are not the nicest. I had a couple simple questions since I just moved out on my own and they were answered in a rude manor like she expected me to already know the answer. I try to only go there when I can't find the answer myself.
College Junior 2013-03-24T05:10:18Z
I have yet to take an online course. One thing there is today I didn't have years ago is on-line tools and labs. They really make a difference.
College Junior 2013-03-24T04:57:52Z
I believe this school has a good mix of students. I am an adult learner and find there are alot of the same I can interact with. I look in the hall at the postings and there are also alot of different clubs one can join. I don't have alot of time to socialize , but I find alot of the young students are accepting of me and I have good advice for them. I also think I serve as a role model to motivate them.
College Senior 2013-02-12T00:56:59Z
there are multiple labs around campus to do work and print things. including the library. theres wifi but it can be slow. they are upgrading it this year though. cell phone service usually sucks. especially in the downstairs cafe. but its not the end of the world.
College Senior 2013-02-12T00:51:02Z
as long as you sign up for classes as soon as you can, you should get a good schedule. there are plenty of time and professor options.
College Senior 2013-02-12T00:46:38Z
Everyone is nice for the most part. you do have those people who aren't serious about being there getting in the way, and of course those girls who have physically graduated from high school but not so much mentally.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-13T21:48:00Z
I am a rad tech major. I love it lots of hands on experience. Schedule is not very flexible. You need to attend classes and study
College Senior 2012-12-30T16:24:55Z
The main reason I chose this school was because of how flexible the class schedules are. I am able to work around my personal schedule, which is great. I attended another school before coming here but many of my credits didn't transfer, which is a bummer. But the convenience of my new school outweighs the non-transferrable credits.
College Senior 2012-12-22T17:44:58Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
financial aide is great but I think if you have already recieved a degree from that school tand want to go for another career they should help you instead of making you go to another school for your education
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-12T04:17:29Z
Most classes are challenging and have a moderate workload. My classes have pushed me to work hard and have paid off with high grades.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-12T04:09:45Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
One of the things that makes NCCC the "smart place to start" is their low tuition cost, and the high availability of financial aid.
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