Location
Lincoln, NE
Undergrads
5,391
Tuition (in-state)
$3,049 ($2,486)
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Reviews 188 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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5 College Student

Overall Experience: I would choose Southeast Community College over any other school because it's not as expensive, I have friends that come there, the teachers are excellent. They treat you like you are actually going to succeed in life.

4 College Student

Online Courses: Online courses are good but I like going to traditional classrooms because I prefer to be around people.

4 College Student

Facilities: The teachers that we have make it all worthwhile.

3 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: Compared to other schools, Southeast Community College is not as pricey. For the education I'm getting, I think that it is definitely worth the tuition I pay. The teachers are great and easy to talk to. My experience with the financial aid office was very good. They answered all my questions.

3 College Student

Student Body: A typical student at SCC is one who is career-driven and is here for a purpose. They may come from big families, and may be surviving on financial aid and scholarships. SCC has a great work-study program for students that may need help with paying for tuition or books.

4 College Student

Career Services: SCC has a good rep. I have no regrets coming here.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: I don't really like our library because it has more computers than books. Sometimes I just want to go in the library and read a good mystery book on my free time. I can't do that because there is not a variety of books there. I've explored the library and what I found were recipe books and books that would be good tools to use if you had a research project. I've been to the student center once and I loved it. It's a very nice place to relax because the environment is very "chill." It's quiet, has a separate game room, vending machines, coffee, and there's always something fun going on, such as activities for the students like games and free breakfast. The gym is small. They have a basketball court that's pretty big but if you want to use the treadmill, you have to walk into a little room that has very few equipment for exercising.

4 College Student

Campus Resources: Computer network of SCC is great. I have nothing negative to say about it. Wireless accessibility is fast and reliable. We have fast internet. If you need a computer, we have plenty of those. In our library, we have a separate section upstairs for computers. We also have computers towards the back of our library, next to our study section.

4 College Student

Academic Experience: Right now, I am finishing up my prerequisites. I am a full time student and work as a CNA at Tabitha of Crete. This spring quarter, I am taking 15 credit hours which means I have class four days a week. If I have questions about what classes I need to take, I know where to find my adviser. I've never had a problem with finding help when I need it. Right now, I am taking Chemistry, Sociology, and College Algebra. Yes, these classes are hard to take all at once but my teachers that I have this quarter are just amazing!

4 College Student

Academic Experience: My professors that I've had so far know what they are teaching and only want what's best for the students. If you need to make-up a test or quiz, they make it happen as long as you give them time and tell them ahead. The registration process is very simple. When I was registering for my classes for the first time, I did it with an adviser. The next time, they told me I could apply online and showed me how to do it. Ever since then, I have been registering for my classes on my own time and haven't had any problems.

4 College Student

Academic Flexibility: I've had a pretty good experience with college so far. The teachers I got are pretty awesome. They are knowledgeable in the subject that they teach. If you need something, they will help you in class. They make sure that they let us know that they are available if we need to contact them outside of class.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Besides the fact that if feels very much like a high school at the main campus, the programs are very affordable and you get a fairly intense educational experience for--compared to other tuition--what seems like a steal.

College Senior

Online Courses: I have yet to find a reason to take online courses but learn from many students that they are very workable and comprehensive. I personally enjoy getting to a classroom to learn a subject.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: It is surprisingly easy to understand what is going on with finances even for someone like me where most everything seems to be way over my head. Getting proper aid, and the proper paperwork/eligibility is a bit of a headache but worth going through. I feel like the general value of my education is superb, especially in the way of experience and development of work ethic.

3 College Senior

Facilities: The downtown campus is right in the middle of a business hub. There are several sky-walks on either side of the building that office workers and other professionals use to get from place to place. It makes for a very lively, professional, and business like atmosphere. The main campus, being that it is all indoors, means students to not have to go outside in bad weather to get to classes. Students do find it easiest to socialize with people they already know from high-school and other places, so interactivity isn't too strong unless students have been around each other for a long time. Programs are surprisingly comprehensive and very effective. Being that internships are mandatory for almost every program, being hired for jobs is very likely.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: There are a ton of ups and downs that come a long with this program. I find that the only other program that does as much work as we do is Engineering which is on a very different end of the spectrum. The work load is not unreasonable, but it is very consuming and exhausting. Expectations for work quality are extremely high, and the classroom atmosphere is light but professional. Being at the downtown campus makes you feel as if you already have a demanding career. Two week internships for advanced students are mandatory.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: There is a surprising amount of subjects to take and I find a considerable handful of them to be very interesting and possibly fun to learn more about or just dive into. The professors I have had so far are fun and approachable, refreshingly blunt and personable at the same time, which is rare.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: The interior of the main campus building is very outdated and a little on the dank and somber side especially the library and student centers. The atmosphere leaves something to be desired. The new wing for student assistance though is very efficient and helpful. Problems are easily taken care of and staff are friendly and patient.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: I am at the downtown campus for Southeast Community. And here in particular the internet connection is very solid if not a little finicky. The free access internet though is a little different, a little slower and a little more glitchy. I have my own mandatory laptop which functions very well. Computer in the labs tend to feel a little shabby and sluggish, especially on main campus.

College Senior

Career Services: I have yet to use the post-grad services. The program I am in though has mandatory internships for the sake of experience that much of the time result in full time jobs for the students, even though the internships were academic to begin with.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: It is definitely possible to find a workable schedule. Occasionally though you may end up having a schedule with 3 or 4 hours wait between classes which I simply can't stand but can work with.

4 College Senior

Student Body: There are a lot of exchange students who go to this school. And a notable handful with disabilities. There are many ages and walks of life and professors and students alike are fine in interacting with anyone.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: I would say its pretty good. I don't like to pay for printing, but you don't need a personal computer much

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I wish the library was a little bigger. Sometimes which there were more spots to study.

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3 College Junior

Facilities: The school is pretty small and not a lot of social scene.

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