Fulton, MS
Tuition (in-state)
$3,845 ($2,020)
Branch Campus Of
Mississippi Community Colleges
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Reviews 84 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Senior

Student Body: My school don't have to many different activities.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid paid for everything except my books.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Everything is Ok could be better.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Admissions is very nice and helpful.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Nursing extra fees are a bit pricey, but tuition is low.

4 College Senior

Student Body: There isn't much going on with the students. I don't think I've even meet our student body president or any of the representatives that are students.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: It's great because even though the resources aren't the best, the teachers help you with everything you need. The advisors also help you to make sure you get what you need through the college.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: The only problem with the flexibility would be that you need a C to transfer to most universities. Which is fine considering a C isn't hard to get and trying to transfer with a D seems kind of unprofessional.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The Fitness Center is well-equipped and open most of the day, making it convenient to work out almost anytime. The library is well-staffed and quiet, making it a great place to study. It also has long hours so it is convenient to go to almost anytime. There are plenty of resources on campus like computers, tutors, and the instructors and staff are very accessible.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are plenty of computers on campus and they are convenient to access. The internet can be a little slow sometimes, but that usually is not much of a problem, because it will usually pull up soon enough. The printing is ten cents per page, but it is quick and convenient and I do not have a need for a personal printer.

5 College Freshman

Facilities: I love my college! The people are friendly and the campus life is exciting. The clubs and organizations are usually very active and it seems like there is always something to do. The staff here are friendly and helpful. The campus is very neatly kept, the landscape is immaculate, and the buildings are kept very clean. I have had opportunities to do service projects and go on a mission trip with the Baptist Student Union.

College Freshman

Online Courses: I have not taken any online classes yet.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: They have made the transition into school very easy as a working adult who has not been in school in many years. The classes they are offering online have made my schedule a lot easier to work around my work schedule!

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5 College Senior

Campus Resources: At Itawamba Community College that atmosphere is very different from other colleges. The professors and faculty want to help. They are there day and night ready to help you achieve.

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3 College Senior

Student Body: Mostly, my school consists of athletes. Majority of the school are female/male basketball and baseball players, and football players. To keep on the team, they usually get together and have study night in the Success Center. In lunch, most of them sit together. SO, I guess you can say our school is mostly sport related.

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3 College Senior

Career Services: I, personally, haven't graduated from my college, but I do have a little insight on this topic. My first semester P.A.C.E teacher was a graduate from Itawamba Community College, and they called him to become a teacher/ coach. In the student services center, multiple counselors and administrators were alumni's, and got a job working for the schools.

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4 College Senior

Online Courses: Usually, I'm a "in- the- classroom" type of learner, but my online class was easier. I was on my own time to read, unless there was a deadline, I made my own notes, and I actually study (because I knew it was up to me.) The workload, to me, wasn't too much because I usually did it right away and not wait until the last minute. My instructor had us participate in chat rooms and discussion boards about each lesson, for grades.
Overall, I think the online classes are best for students who are willing and ready to do the work themselves. In traditional classes, the work isn't as challenging as online classes. Most times, the teachers give answers, tell you which notes to write, and sometimes "baby" students. Online classes may be harder, but at least one accepts the challenge.

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4 College Junior

Campus Resources: This school offered a few more online classes than the other school I was attending. I could take all my online classes I needed through ICC and the teachers were very helpful with all our work we did online.

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College Junior

Student Body: I took all online classes so I never went to the campus.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid process was very easy at the school. You had sheets you had to fill out, but if you ever had a question they were very helpful with it. The workers are friendly, helpful and understanding when it comes to tuition and the financial aid process.

College Junior

Campus Resources: I never went to the campus because I took all online classes.

College Junior

Campus Resources: I took online classes so I never went to the campus so I am not sure exactly what it was like on campus.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The class schedule is pretty flexible. You just have to remember to register early before all the classes fill up.

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The different possible resources for students are a little above average. One of the main things is the LRC (Learning Resource Center), which is the library, which has a very nice selection, but it also contains alot of of computers that are always avaliable for use. There is also a fitness center, which I hear is fairly popular. There are two places to eat on campus, and both are really nice. And for those times when you have a free class, there are plenty of places to spend your free time studying or whatever.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The instructors are always so interactive. Even with as many students as they have, they never give off a distant vibe. The only problem I've ever really had, and see as being troublesome for others, would be registering for classes. All the numbers and sub-names (stuff like 1123, HR74, etc.) for classes can get easily confusing.


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