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Reviews 259 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I love the school and everything I am currently learning.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: I have not yet done online, however, I plan on doing my summer semester online.

3 College Junior

Career Services: I really do not know as I have not been able to look into that quite yet.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I do not like a couple of classes, there are issues with some that do not make sense to me or that are not applicable with the course I am taking.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I know after school there are jobs available to me.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The workload is overwhelming, so I started a semester ahead and opted to take all the classes that do not pertain to the paramedic program but are nessecary for the degree . I hope this helps me in the program itself, lessening the workload.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I am an older student, 43 to exact. So starting school here, was amazing, they really cared about me as a person.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: CCCC has been such a positive experience for me. Everyone there really wants you to succeed and they give you all the tools you could ever want or need.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: In my biology class there is a unit discussion board and it really makes you think critically about the subject matter, especially since he gives links to outside sources. And then you have to go back and talk with other students and discuss their specific topic. At first, I wasn't sure I would like online classes, but most of my professors are also on campus, so if something doesn't make sense I can just go in and talk face to face.

Online also gives me greater flexibility, which is nice. Though sometimes you have assignments due on the weekend and that's not fun. However, you can always do things early and avoid that mess.

4 College Junior

Career Services: Phi Theta Kappa has been very welcoming to me and has shown a lot of promise and prospects. I have definitely been able to network and find out what's in store for me when I transfer.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Again, the classes are fun and engaging. Many of the professors really know their stuff and welcome any discussion to help you really understand the material. Office hours are posted online, so it's easy to meet with them after class if you need. And when I send emails, I usually get a response within 24 hours, which is nice. Class size is relatively small as well, which helps keeps things interesting.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Every week there seems to be another booth or table promoting some club or other opportunity. Fliers are all around campus promoting all sorts of events and such. The secretary person at the career center is sometimes a hit and miss, but most times they are friendly and helpful when you come in.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The list of transferable credits is exactly what I need to get all of my prerequisites out of the way. When I transfer to a four year university, I'll only need to take two classes that are specific to that university to have completed all of their requirements for my bachelors. So that is a big deal for me.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: CCCC is the best community college I have attended so far. Honestly, I love going to campus, even on my non-class days. The library offers many places to study, as well as research help. The website is easy to navigate and has a wealth of information and resources. The writing lab is also invaluable; I've used them for every paper I've written. A+ school with excellent professors!

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I'm not going to lie, getting an academic advisor and signing up for early registration is the best way to go when it comes to scheduling classes, especially if you have a busy personal life. Simply because, if you wait until regular registration, chances are the class you want is going to fill up super, super quick. Though registration can be a busy time, the school is really organized in how they go about getting all the students registered, and that relieves a lot of potential frustration. Also, credits are very easy to transfer if you are transferring to an in state university; the course lists given out have been approved for transfer. Unfortunately however, if you are going to transfer out of state, you have to pay a bit more attention to make sure you are taking classes that are accepted at that university.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: I personally prefer seated classes, but I have taken two online classes in my time here, and I have't really had any issues. Our school uses blackboard for our online classes and it is a super convenient program. Assignments are easy to submit and stay on a consistent due date schedule, and the workload is typically the same as a seated class. I never felt like it was too much for me to handle. Registration for these classes is the same as registering for seated classes which was also convenient. Interaction was still consistent as well; for the classes I took, we were required to participate in a discussion board three times a week, which lead to some great conversations.

4 College Senior

Career Services: The career center is always working hard to give student an idea of all the possible choices they have in finding not only a job, but a career. Therefore, I think their quality is excellent. There's a whole Continuing Education building on our campus that is filled with brochures, on going career fairs, recruit meetings, and even computers that are logged on to a questionnaire website that a student can take to see which career might be best for them.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: As said previously, this was a very welcoming start to my college career. I have loved my professors to death and always had a positive relationship with them. I also enjoyed the small class sizes, I definitely feel a stronger connection to the course when I feel like I am getting that one on one attention. There also is a wide variety of courses, and the course list is continuing to grow actually. There's music, several social sciences, a scale of biology courses ranging from General Bio to Zoology, chemistry, cosmetology, engineering, theater, a variety of math courses, nursing, dentistry, physical education, and even a pending culinary program.

I truly do believe there's something to learn in every course, and I am glad I had the opportunity to explore my options and find what I am truly passionate about.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: I actually got hired to work at my school on the spot as a part time employee in our cafe because of how well I have performed academically and how much growth I've shown as an individual. Everyone I work with is an absolute gem, and I love working with them.

Moreover, our campus does a great job at getting students excited about developing a career. Every semester we have career fairs, and are also offered the opportunity to do Service Learning which is where we can pick an agency, do a minimum of 20 hours of volunteer or intern service, keep a journal, and then share our experiences at the end of the semester in a reflection session.

Our career center is also very helpful on finding part time jobs for students who are interested in working. My best friend actually worked for career services and helped me get the job I have on campus now.

I do believe that because of all of these different things offered to us, students always gain an idea of what degree they want to lean towards, at both the two- year level and the four year level if they choose to transfer.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Well, I do plan to be a math major when I transfer out. But currently, specifically for this school, I am getting my Associate of Arts; just the general education program. My experience has been overall very satisfying. I have conquered many fears in taking most of the general education and UGETC courses, such as public speaking and test anxiety. I have also been presented with many other subjects that have interested me way more than I originally thought they would, such as psychology and sociology. Also, most of the teachers I have had are always willing to work with their students if they're struggling, and want to see their students do well. That type of support alone from teachers gave me confidence in performing well academically.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: Coming to Coastal has been the best experience of my life. I graduated a year early from my high school and was timid about starting college. However, upon being enrolled, I have learned so much about myself. I have gained confidence in myself, became a strong, dedicated, hardworking, and well- rounded person, had better trust in my instructors, and enjoyed my classes much more than I enjoyed my classes in high school. Though this is a smaller campus to begin with, from the start, I have felt that the teachers are much more willing to help their students in any way possible and truly work hard to make the campus as friendly and student- centered as it can be. I feel like I am much more prepared to enter a 4 year institution and have a better idea of where I see myself a few years from now. I will always support this school no matter what, and I will not hesitate to recommend it.

I have a lot of pleasant memories from Coastal that I can't wait to one day share with my own children someday; ranging from my psychology teacher accidentally forgetting about class one day and finding her in her office eating a chocolate bar, to finding the career field I am very excited to pursue. This has been a college experience like no other, and I am looking forward to get the same welcoming feeling from my next school.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Letter was sent to my home from the registrar notifying me of credits transferred and how they would be applied.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: Online coursework are user friendly.

4 College Senior

Career Services: I know the school has an alumni network.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I haven't seen any employer recruiters on campus.

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