Corning, NY
Tuition (in-state)
$8,390 ($4,440)
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Reviews 209 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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College Junior

Career Services: I don't know of any post grad services.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: So far besides the one class I have been able to get into every course that I needed. This school only has one computer lab so I had to take the course online due to transportation. But other than that things are good.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Beside have one bad teacher my experience was great, the work is challenging but most teachers are available. Most of the time if a teacher makes a mistake they will own up to it and fix it. My program is Chemical Dependency Counseling and most of the teachers teach most of the classes associated with my program, with this being said they all know me by name and how to deal with each student individually.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Some classes are not always offered each semester so the situation that I am currently in is this, I have to wait an entire year to take 1 class to graduate because this class is only offered in the spring. Other than that everything else is good.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: It is unfair that some students have to pay for things they will never use. The campus I go does not have a cafe nor gym and i still pay to use both.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The school itself is pretty good. It has awesome teachers but poorly notices the lack of help at the smaller campuses. I have been attending this school for about a year and have not once gone to a sports game or a play because everything is held on main campus.

1 College Junior

Facilities: We have more than one campus and the one I attend feels nothing like college, everything is kind of bland and out of all 3 or 4 of the campuses their is one 1 library. So if i need something and cannot make it to main campus it could take up to 5 days to receive one book. Also the "help" they have at my campus is very scarce, I sometime have to wait for a financial aid adviser to come down to my campus and it takes forever for IT to return calls because they only have one station.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Sometime even the advisers are unsure of what they are doing. I have had more than one question about my financial aid and have not gotten a straight answer yet.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Some students are still a bit shy, but it is a 2 year school and most people are coming straight from high school or returning after 20+ years.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The cost of going to Corning wasn't a lot, A majority of my tuition was completely paid for. My program is transferable to all suny schools and is pretty good. So I have no complaints what I am getting for the price I am getting.

2 College Sophomore

Student Body: Kids mostly come and go home. There isn't a lot of interactions. Most people just go to classes and there cars. There is an extreme push to be LGBT safe community which sometime the force pushes to much and makes things uncomfortable.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Computer Science is a pretty average load and not as stressful. Some programs such as Engineering are very condense and rigid as well as nursing.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: You can do pretty much everything online picking out classes and setting up your circulum which is pretty great. Proffessors work well with students.

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: Campus life is what you make out of it. There are several events each week planned during college free hour and clubs if you want to get involved. There is not a lot of particiaption unfortuanatly in some clubs because it is a community college. There is about 16 clubs each with the average of 15-50 people in it depending on the club.

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Has a massive learning curve but it is alright once you get around to it.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Computer labs are pretty much open whenever. You can print whenever and wherever (posters and fully colored will cost but average paper and report will be free) and don't have to worry about fees unlike most campuses. Network has been redone it is good for surfing not good if your playing online gaming but fine with searches and light downloads. computers are pretty accessible on campus.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: There a math center and writing center which is really good to get tutoring and studying. However the Science learning center is not the best. Other classes like business or criminal justice dont have their own learning center which is bummer. There is plenty of open computer labs and the library has pretty flexible hours.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: It is what you make out of it. It is a community college so a lot of times people go in just for class and leave right after class is done. This leads to very boring and tasking. But IF you come and stay there are a lot of clubs and we have a great fitness center and big events that are pretty fun that make the dull moments of class feel lighter and fun. It depends on how much you want to get out it.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: It is easy to find an available computer to do your work. Wireless connections have been troublesome, but as long as you can use the campus computers, printing and everything else runs smoothly.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: The fitness center is great. There are numerous help centers for each subject that are very resourceful.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Many students go here for their basic classes. The liberal arts program is great. Tuition is cheap and it is helpful to get your basic classes here before transferring to a more expensive school.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: I would like more majors to be available. I am interested in medical sonography and we do not have that opportunity at CCC.

College Senior

Career Services: I have not reviewed any post-grad services at my school.

3 College Senior

Student Body: I am very accepting of diversity. Corning is a pretty small city with not a very wide variety of diversity.Many of the classes teach students to be accepting, especially the Human Sexuality class.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I have taken a general English class three times now because it did not transfer but that is my only complaint.


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Grace Terry
Odessa, NY
LAS: Social Sciences
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Corning Community College is a great place to start out or to go back to school. The College really takes an interest in its students, especially if you are willing to make the effort to have a positive relationship with your professors or even simply ask someone for help.

The school tries to create a social scene with a huge list of clubs, providing places to work, volunteer, and socialize; the school also provides facilities like a game room and holds campus events to keep the student body entertained and involved. Corning Community is a commuter school, so having the social scene of a four-year school is difficult, but the College makes the extra effort to try to provide that for the students, so you have to give the school credit for that. Overall, if you put in the effort to create a positive experience for yourself, you will most certainly enjoy learning at Corning Community College.

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