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Reviews 332 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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College Freshman

Career Services: Since I am not graduating from CCM, I honestly have no knowledge on the quality of post-grad services.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am a biology major here at CCM, because they didn't have much for a psychology major, and I plan on transferring as a cognitive science major, so biology was my best bet. Other than that, being a biology major I have had no complaints thus far.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: CCM actually offers great programs, none of which are applicable to my choice of study; however, aside from the occasional awful professor, the academics are good! Class registration was a little tricky last semester because although you met with an academic adviser, the process of actually selecting online classes was pretty much for you to figure out with a set of very brief directions. Taking five or more classes per semester can be hard, like any college or university, CCM is no different, just depends on your major and what classes you're in. Overall its a pretty good school academically.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The campus itself isn't bad at all, but I plan on transferring next fall and I am not even sure where I should even go to talk to someone to get some sort of guidance on how the whole process works. I'm kind of winging it at this point until someone can point me in the right direction. All the students are pretty independent, not trying to make friends, which is great for getting your work done, but it can also stink if you don't have friends that stayed in town. Professors can be great or terrible, just like any other college, but they offer pretty good programs and courses that easily fit into any schedule.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It has been a great experience at my school. It was very convenient because it is such a good academic community college. I scheduled all my classes early so I had a lot of flexibility on my classes. It was frustrating at one point because the class I wanted and there was no more spot available in the class. It was such a small class. Transferring credits was no problem for me because I earned a "C" or above in the class.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The value of the degree earned from this college is very important. With this degree I could possibly get a job, plus when I transfer to another college, I will be half way towards earning a Bacherlor's degree. The college has a very helpful career center. They helped me a lot by helping me figure out the possibilities I have at getting a job in the future.

5 College Senior

Career Services: The people who work in the career center are very helpful in helping me figure out what I plan on doing with my future. They gave me a lot of good advice, that I feel will be very helpful in the future when I try to get a full time job. They gave me ideas of where I could work that focuses on careers in graphic design.

4 College Student

Online Courses: Online classes are great if the student is independent in learning and offers themselves to the curriculum.

3 College Student

Career Services: I honestly unfortunately do not know much about this topic.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: Not anything special because it is a community college.

4 College Student

Overall Experience: Great variety of classes offered with an okay class size! Professors are just like any other school. Some are there for money while others actually want to help students learn and succeed.

5 College Student

Academic Flexibility: Very easy to transfer credits and the classes and curriculum cover a vast array of subjects!

3 College Student

Student Body: Pretty diverse school which I like because I went to a diverse high school. Downfall is it is a community college so not many students there no one another.

4 College Student

Academic Experience: Most would think County College is easy but it is actually challenging and I like that!

3 College Student

Academic Experience: I am just in pre-nursing now but from what I hear nursing at CCM is amazing, the only downfall is the fact that you only receive an Associate's Degree. This is why I am planning to transfer to a nursing school to earn my BSN and ultimately earn my masters.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: School has been my priority, but making my own school schedule has been helpful. The only problem I've had is when a class is perfect for my schedule, but I dislike the professor, so I have to pick a different time or date for the course.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The athletic center is great. The gym is open for classes and practices or games, while the weight room is open to all students and faculty. The student center has its own cafeteria, bookstore, and game rooms. The library has books and e-books, computers, printers and a mini Starbucks cafe. The campus has many different activities such as a day to destress, back to school fairs, job fairs, university fairs, and many more activities on campus and off for all students.

College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm going into my second semester and am starting classes in my major's field. My classes last semester were pre requisites for me in case I had to transfer.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The academics is one of the best in Jersey. The professors, for the most part, are willing to help if the student is interested. They are also lenient if something comes up and work needs to be made up. The curriculum is somewhat challenging, but I've never had a problem because I had professors and peers to help me. The workload was easy to manage because there was time to complete the work from the day I received it to the day it is due.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses catered to my schedule. I wouldn't have to drive out to school on certain days and I could log on and complete my assignments when I wanted to. Then, I would submit my work and didn't have to worry about forgetting it at home or to print it. The workload was easy to manage between the days the class was held, logging in was easy, reaching out to my professor for help was convenient, and working with my peers on certain assignments was helpful.

4 College Junior

Career Services: The school has a program with Rutgers for students who want to transfer after they complete their associate's degree. Also, the school's credits transfer to most schools, if not only a few fall short. The job rate for students who leave the university to pursue their careers is high, and same applies for those who transfer then work.

4 College Junior

Student Body: There are many clubs offered at the university. At the beginning of the semester there is a clubs' fair, where students are able to sign up for different activities and clubs. There are clubs for honors students, an LGBT club, a diversity club, fans of certain fandoms, fitness clubs, etc. The clubs and organizers are very open to people of different ethnicities and religious backgrounds.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The school's tuition is not too expensive for the quality of an education students receive. I could've easily gone to a community college in my county, but chose to travel further and to pay more to be able to receive a better education. I did not really qualify for financial aid, but if you were to apply, make sure you do it at least 3 weeks in advance.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The courses are challenging, but the professors make learning the material easy. Whenever I need assistance, my professors are always willing to help or email me back. The college offers several different courses for several different majors, which are not offered at the two year schools near my town. The classes are small, from ten to thirty people, therefore the professors are able to really focus on the students.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The school has job fairs and a department dedicated to helping students finding a job, or internship, in their field. The college has high rankings and a degree from the school ensures a well rounded student.

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