Albemarle, NC
Tuition (in-state)
$8,472 ($2,328)
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Reviews 69 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I feel like their could be more improvement in all matters.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Recently, I discovered that I had to pay out of pocket for my summer tuition. This is medical school, It is hard.. I have completed a full year of hard work, and now I can not pay for summer semester. The school was not helpful to this matter at all. They said they would not accept a loan for my summer semester. I am a full time student. I work part time, and I have a 5 month old son. It is very hard, and I definitely feel like the school could be helping more.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Most teachers are understanding, and cooperate very well. I had a baby & was out of class for 4 weeks, and they made sure that I was caught up, and overall was able to pass successfully.

2 College Junior

Facilities: I don't personally feel like we have enough study spots, and availability to tutoring as we should.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: It's almost like the real classroom.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: We could use some improvement, and better communication.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: We have full access to computers even really late at night. Printing costs is cheap, and fast.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Overall we have a good school. I have got to experience what my field is truly like in clinicals. I have made friendships, and developed a personal relationship with my teachers. We have all came a long way. I have learned what hard work is at this school, and I wouldn't trade that.

3 College Junior

Career Services: Most people in my field have struggled with this matter. They said they weren't helped much with careers.

3 College Junior

Student Body: We could use some improvement for sure!

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: Stanly Community College office staff and advisors/instructor really care about their students. I get personal attention from them. I'm in the Cyber Crime Technology department and my advisor/instructor is my Yoda. I can call up him whenever I'm having problems with assignments/labs. I'm glad I chose SCC's CCT program!

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: I take classes 100% online. We use Moodle. Our servers rarely go down. If I ever have problem, I just call the helpdesk. I've toured the campus once and I was impressive with our computer labs

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: I'm an online student. We have access 24-hour tutoring service. In fact, my advisor/instructor gave me his personal cell phone number just in case I needed help from him. Our library is totally accessible via the web. The financial office is awesome. I can always call them for any issues. The staffer at Stanly treat you like family.

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I received my financial aid award letter from the college quickly, but every time I have tried to accept it, there is another "qualification" that I haven't done to receive it then. There seems to be no letter or place to check what all I have to do to actually get the aid so it can all be done at one time.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: 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.

5 College Senior

Student Body: Everyone is easily accessible and listen to the students

5 College Junior

Career Services: When I went to forensics conference three weeks ago at Myrtle Beach, my advisor introduced me to SCC CCT alumni. Many of them have been successful in finding jobs as cyber security consultants or digital forensics analysts and pursuing their four year degree. My advisor is setting up a mentor program this fall for the cyber crime technology students.

My advisor is a masterful networker and many alumni have thanked him for his involvement in their professional careers.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Academic Experience at Stanly Community College has been a positive one. All my classes are on Moodle and it's easy to navigate through. The professors are far the best I've ever dealt with in my academic career. I feel that I'm getting the most out of my classes at SCC. Some assignments really push me to think outside of box and others help me unlock the inner hidden genius in me. Sometimes I call up my fascinating advisor for motivation and inspiration because he's a guru in the cybercrime field and he believes in my success.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid at SCC is a breeze. The representatives will go out of their way to ensure your eligibility for financial aid. I'm in constant contact with the FA office at SCC. They update your FA status via Webadvisor 24/7!

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm a Cyber Crime Technology major at Stanly Community College. My courses are a 100% online. The professors are the best of the best in their fields. My advisor is awesome and I talk to him over the phone or via email on a weekly basis. The financial aid staffers are always very helpful. Whenever you have any issue with Moodle, the SCC tech support solves it promptly. If you have trouble with a particular class, you could request a tutor via online, email or fax. The tutoring staff will get someone as quickly as possible to help you out. Overall, SCC cares about its students, including the business office.

Once a year the Cyber Crime Technology department organizes a trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to attend the Techno Security & Forensics Investigations & Mobile Forensics World. It's the biggest conference on cybercrime in the world. As SCC CCT students, we are able to attend this event free as VIPs! In fact, I was there about three weeks ago! I met up with my CCT advisor, classmates, alumni, and guest. We all went together as a group to the conference. It was very inspirational and motivating to my academic experience to meet real professionals in the field of cybercrime in personal and attending real world lectures. After the conference, I had a better understanding of cybercrime and the direction I want to take after graduation.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: We have a resource lab it's okay, we have to pay to print out pages so it's a little inconvienant because it only takes nickles.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Although our resources are good I usually don't have the time to go to them, and I am on an opposite campus from the main one, so its smaller also.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses are usually either more diffcult or easier than seated classes, depends on the course and what teacher you have also. The toughest class I've had online is psychology, I took a whole semester online once, it was okay I just prefer seated because I like interaction.

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: All online course in my experiences are challenging and interesting. Online courses helped me improve in technology greatly. Also, attendance are not strict as long as students complete and turn in their homework on time. Online courses are great for students who loves technology.

5 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Stanly Community College is well-prepared in everything. The college textbooks, materials, and education is free. This is what every education should look like to make everyone successful. The teachers and students all work hard to make our school a big success. After all, hard work do pay off!


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