Location
Warren, MI
Undergrads
7,624
Tuition (in-state)
$5,370 ($4,161)
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Reviews 465 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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College Junior

Career Services: I have not yet had to work with the career center as I will not be graduating for another year.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is very reasonable. Especially for students in my program. We have access to great resources and educators for a fraction of the cost of a university.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I would choose this school because of the cost and because of the programs offered.

4 College Junior

Facilities: Because it is a community college, it is easy to find your way around. The green/landscaped areas along with the surroundign trees makes it a nice place to study outdoors. Parking could be improved but it's not horrible. The programs offered are adequate for today's job market. The staff have always been educated and knowledable.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: There are not any Saturday classes offered during the spring/summer semester. It would be nice to have more classes offered in the evening for those who work during the day. It would be nice to have classes offered on days other than Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday. How about Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Wednesday.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I noticed that the lab fees for my classes have been raised $100 from last year. That is an added expense I did not count on. The financial aid office is helpful and for what I am paying I believe I am getting a good education.

4 College Junior

Career Services: The college offers job placement and alumni opportunities. They are willing to work with you to help you achieve employment goals after graduation.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Since this is a community college, there are people from all walks of life and economic status, race, etc. that attend. I have never seen anyone treated unfairly in the classes that I have been in. I think the campus tries to accommodate everyone.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: The online courses that I have taken were good. I did find that the workload was more than the traditional on campus setting. You need to be a little computer savy for the online courses to be easy, especially if you are in the middle of taking a test and your computer freezes--there is no one to help you at that moment. Interacting with staff and student is easy.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: In my current program the workload/curriculum can be overwhelming. I believe this should actually be a 3 year program. There is some outdated/broken equipment in the lab which makes it difficult to understand how it works. There do appear to be job opportunites in the area which is reassuring.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The registration process is easy online. So far, I haen't had any issues with professors or the curriculum. It seems to be in line with the area of study. The campus does offer many different programs to help with deciding on a direction to pursue.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I have not been to the athletic center but the overall ground sof the campus are nice. Parking isn't so great. The library is good because there are 2 floors and it does offer some privacy. I have not participated in campus activities yet.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Overall, the computer lab is good. There is usually enough computers for everyone. The printing on campus could be improved as there are only 2 printers in the computer lab. I have heard of issues with wireless access by other students.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: the tuition is low which is very goo since Im a student on tight budget. the financial aid is alright i haven't been able to receive financial aid which is very irritating since i cant afford much schooling.

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3 College Freshman

Facilities: That i has to different campuses. And a university center on the campus.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The resources at my campus are okay. We have a library and many computer rooms to research. I never been to the athletic center but i hear that its pretty good with their sports teams.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The computer labs are good they arent crowded and area up to date. the wireless access is great and i dont need to bring in my own computer most of the time.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: For being undecided the first 2 years it was good.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: Hey were all doing the same thing.

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: Hey, it does the job. Nothing special.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Had some great and some terrible and some okay

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Its a community college but I heard its a good one.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I'm a high school student who lives in Macomb County and currently a high school student at a public school. This and scoring well on MCC compass test was given entry into the Early College of Macomb program. This program pays tuition, books and supplies and is a 3 year program that starts in the fall of your junior year and you receive your Associates degree the third year, I will be finishing it by spring/summer of my senior year. I was able to accomplish this by attending MCC fall, winter, spring/summer, and fall, winter, and spring/summer in my senior year. Even though I will be transferring to four year and my major will be in Bio-medical I was directed to seek a AA degree for a better outcome when transferring credits to my four year.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Great choices of classes and class times, priority registration based on credits earned. registration available on line. Have been happy with most professors.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: Some are better then others, and depends on the instructor.

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Overall ExperienceWhat's This?

Jenifer DeBellis
Hometown
Macomb County
Major
Creative Writing and Rhetoric
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There’s a reason Macomb Community College is Michigan’s largest grantor of associate degrees: it’s a thriving community environment. Between innovative course options, well maintained campus grounds, and bustling student activities and organizations, students might have a hard time pulling themselves away from campus. The benefits of obtaining an education from Macomb Community College extend the boundaries of the status quo—just ask the 59,000 students who roam the 400+ acres of MCC’s three campuses annually.

MCC prides itself on the diverse educational offerings it makes accessible to today’s modern student. Whether you are focusing on a practical transfer program, career placement, continuing education, and/or industry training, the sky really is the limit. And although two-year colleges often lose sight of the community aspects of student life, MCC students seeking a well-rounded learning experience will find several student and alumni outlets to get plugged into.

As impressive as all of these stats are, there just might be a simpler secret to MCC's success.  Macomb's smaller classes translate into more intimate learning environments where students not only connect with the subject matter, they connect with each other.  Acquiring an education at MCC is as much about the relationships made along the journey as it is about the actual knowledge gained, giving students a sense of ownership and making them feel like they've become a member of the MCC family.

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