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Reviews 322 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: In my major the courses aren't offered very often or at different times. You have to make their times work.

2 College Junior

Online Courses: I learned absolutely nothing in the courses I took online. It literally consisted of searching for answers in a text book and answering questions. There was no instruction and no interaction

3 College Junior

Career Services: I'm not aware of any post grad services. If they have them they certainly don't flaunt it.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I feel like I'm not learning much about my field. There's very minimal lectures and sometimes it feels as though I'm teaching myself. I'm paying a lot of money just to learn everything directly from a text book.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I don't feel this school is adequately preparing me to work in the field.

2 College Junior

Academic Experience: The interior design program is lacking.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: This school is a good place to start before a university in order to save some money.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: Transferring credits from Century to other schools in the state seems to be very convenient.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: My hybrid classes so far have been great, the expectations are clearly communicated between professor and students. The workload is divided in a reasonable timeframe. Professors offer convenient office hours to discuss any issues.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: I plan on graduating with an associates to help me find a disante paying job while pursuing a high specific degree.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Professors are after students success. They are very helpful and willing to work with students. Courses are well thought and straight forward. No surprises, the course outline is very simple to follow.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The career center has great consolers who are willing to help students succeed in their career path.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Being a specific major is a straight forward path, follow the curriculum and you can be done on your time. I love the flexibility in scheduling, it makes it easy to work and be a student.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Century College is great if you are self driven person, you can follow your own plan. Take classes at your connivance, professor and staff are friendly and helpful. It's easy to navigate around. Weather you choose to be involved in student life or not, there are a variety of clubs, activities, groups and movements to help you get involve. Or if you are not interested, you can also just do your own thing. It's a great varied and friendly community.

5 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I have been able to manage a full schedule around my work schedule.

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: I have not taken any online courses.

4 College Freshman

Career Services: I am unsure about the post grad services here. I will not pursue post grad at this school.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My professors post office hours that help me to learn what I need to be successful in the course. They have online help and practice that gives me real world examples of the information I need to do well here.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I plan on transferring to another school once I graduate. I am receiving a good education that prepares me for the next level of learning.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The application of the learning has helped me to understand my role in the world and the field of work.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My school is the best! I enjoy the classes. The teachers are fantastic and I learn alot about myself in the process.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Century College is a community college, so flaws and imperfection is bound to happen. A suggestion I have for new students would be to use "rate my professor." It has helped me in the long run. It is a good first step for those who wish to save money, transfer, and pursue a higher degree at a larger university. I would say if you plan to transfer, stick with the certifications and AA in Liberal Arts, the MNTC transfer plan, and/or general courses. If you pursue a specific degree, not all classes may transfer, be aware of this.

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Again, this is dependent on the program and the professors. I find it has been up to professors to help students out when it comes to internship possibilities and networking. The student also has to take things into his/her own hands as well. On the East campus I desired to be paired up with a good internship, and had no luck. On the West campus I spoke with professors and they went above and beyond to secure a good (unpaid) internship for me. I am receiving college credit for this internship and it is counted towards my certificate program as an actual class. It is truly a great, rewarding, and unforgettable experience!

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I'm in the process of transferring credits, but I've spoken to multiple counselor/advisors, checked the eservices, and looked online to find that only certain credits transfer. Few to no credits transfer from my degree, but most if not all credits transfer from the general courses, communications certificate and global studies certificate in which I've taken classes. My main degree doesn't transfer, although my certifications should for the most part. It does diminish the time it will take to complete a BA degree and minor(s) at the college I'm transferring to, but it is not a flawless transfer, unfortunately.

Classroom flexibility is fine for general courses and the certification courses. The specialty area courses in my degree are less lenient and flexible schedule-wise.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: They have a good system for taking online classes. A word of warning, is that you must have the energy and drive to keep up with the workload. The downside is that there are not always reminders emailed to you about completing assignments or readings and whatnot. You have to take the initiative and stick with the course, if you do that then you will be fine. I think depending on the class, it can be better to take the class in person. Some classes are meant for online, some mixed, and others shouldn't be online at all, but it just depends on the specific class.

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