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Reviews 665 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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4 College Junior

Student Body: theres a ton of variety at aacc, you are able to meet people of all ages and ethnicities

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: i like the multiple campuses that i can go to. the reviews on aacc were also what drove me to go there.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: the arundel mills campus could use a better sitting area/library. the little lunchroom is not enough

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: the printer is often slow to print or out of paper

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: the sincerity that the faculty and advisors have for everyone

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: As an art major, most classes at first are just to make sure you know what you're doing, which may be painful for the first few semesters. However, the art department is very focused on what they do and are very helpful. While some work may seem like busy work, you're bound to take away a few helpful things from the class, no matter how much of a waste of time you think it is. Overall, it's very good considering this is a community college.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Most classes are worth their cost, but I've run across a few that were both a waste of time and money, due to both the simplicity of the class and the ineptitude of the teachers. However, these are only a handful of classes that fall into this category. Financial aid is common, and while there are some bumps in the road, AACC is typically accommodating.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: While classes can be scheduled at different times, most won't transfer to the schools I'm looking at, and the ones that can, I can count on my hands. Classes are ongoing all day long in most cases, and most teachers are forgiving, but there are still a few glaring cases where nothing works out.

5 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: Very easy to jump into and still feel acclumated in a professional learning environment. There was still peer interaction through discussion forums.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: I have yet to have a bad experience. The staff is generally helpful when you can reach them, and they work hard to help you solve what needs solving. It is a little difficult to keep up with office hours if you need a signature but they are very good at getting back to you by phone or email.

5 College Junior

Career Services: Many alumni sutdents are our lab and clinic instructors.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: My credits transferred over fairly easy however they only transfer credits relevant to your degree major. I had to call the registration office to get them to transfer all classes I took so I could be eligible for some of my pre requisite classes.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Online classes definitely vary depending on your professor, just like a on-campus class would. However, I find that it is very easy to sign up for an online class and navigate through Angel which is the program used for online courses. Some professors only assign one assignment per week, while others might assign a few. Either way, you have to be extremely organized when taking an online class as most professors won't accept any work submitted after the due date.

5 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is very reasonable and even if you can't afford it, financial aid is not hard at all. The financial aid department is extremely helpful and I've never had an issues. As long as you fill out all of your forms promptly, everything will run very smooth and you won't have any issues.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Classes aren't very big, therefore it's not hard for teachers to focus on students individually. The workload isn't any easier than a typical university so you feel like you're getting your "money's worth" for your education. Teachers are always willing to work with you to improve your grades or help you in any sort of way if you visit them during office hours. And there are also a lot of other campus resources to help with your academics.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: There are many different people who attend AACC. There could be a high school student in your class or someone who has graduated years ago, you never really know. But everyone is usually nice and there are a lot of people to get to know, if you are open enough. It's not as easy to meet people as it might be at a university, but if you're outgoing in class or join clubs you'll definitely meet people you like.

2 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: Very pricey. They would not give me in county tuition prices because I needed to live there for 1 extra day to get it. They make many mistakes with your payments.

1 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: It depends on the teacher. Human Sexuality was the best. Most teachers will take AT LEAST 36 hours to email you back. The online classes are hard to navigate and have many problems. I regret not taking classes in class because online was dissapointing.

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1 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: The advisors are incredibly difficult to get appointments with, even to ask simple questions. It took AACC an entire year just to transfer my credits. Once they did, I had to go back and forth with them in order to verify and recieve something stating I would recieve my degree. The advisors are not very nice and have no patience.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: You fill out a yellow sheet of the course and #. The administrator calls you back for classes being put into the computer. You pay once registered for the courses

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The cleanliness of the campus and straigthforward approach with registration

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: very nice up to date campus with helpful staff to assist with issues

4 College Student

Academic Flexibility: I'm glad I can go to this school. It's easy for me to commute to and from school. My professor is flexible with turning in work late, as long as you don't make a habit out of it.

4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: I have not applied for financial aid. However, I am enrolled in the JumpStart program, where I take Spanish at the college and all my classes at my high school. With the JumpStart program, I pay half of the normal tuition money cost to enroll. The school simply took out the money, so I didn't have to pay full price which made it easier for me.

5 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I'm getting my money's worth. I'm learing alot and the professors are great. They try to help you as much as they can and they make time for you so you can understand them.

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