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5 College Junior

Online Courses: Its very easy and helpful.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Its the best. Professor help and encourage us to do better and should attend classes

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5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Its a place where lots of interesting things happen related to the real world. I'd love to tech there.

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5 College Junior

Overall Experience: My overall experience at school is good so far. staff are friendly and are dedicated.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses are not the best. The work is crammed and you have a short amount of time.

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5 College Junior

Career Services: Career counselors give excellent advice to you based on your career.

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5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Overall my expedience at my school is very good. I was nervous that people would not talk to me or I would not like my classes. In the end I did great for my first semester and made some friends.

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5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Many internships are offered at my school to help you pursue your career.

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5 College Junior

Academic Experience: My academic experience has gone great at my school. All the classes I take help me with the future of my carrer.

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5 College Junior

Overall Experience: My school is a good school because i feel welcome and know that my professors care if i succeed or not.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: The profs really do care about me as person.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The payment was a little unfair but respectively understanding.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I know I'm really going to enjoy myself and I can't wait to get to learning about my career.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The one thing I have learned about Macomb's professors is that they care. A lot. You don't see that kind of dedication at every school, which I believe makes Macomb different. I would give both the courses and the professors at Macomb an A+ rating. The courses are relevant and applicable to real life. The professor's care about your education, goals, and future after attending Macomb. The class sizes are smaller which makes the entire atmosphere of the classroom more welcoming and safe. There has been as little to 18 kids in one of my classes and as large as about 30 kids.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: Macomb's flexibility with classes and curriculum have been outstanding. They have so many options when it comes to class flexibility. I have had 7am English classes and 8pm Math classes. Macomb does an excellent job of understanding that many individuals have careers, other school related work, and other obligations that need to be met along with attending class. Allowing diverse options of class times allows pretty much anyone a chance of scoring a class they need for their degree. With that being said, Macomb has a Center and South campus just miles apart from each other. This also allows students to look into both if there is not quite a match up for a needed class. Transferring credits have also been a breeze with Macomb. All of my credits transfer but one to my intended University. (This is because I was placed in a lower math course my freshmen year.) I have no complaint when its comes to Macomb's academic flexibility

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Attending a Community College wasn't what I had in mind when I first graduated high school. All of my friends were going off to Universities and experiencing the "college life" we had all dreamed of for so long. At first I was frustrated, maybe even a little bit angry, when my dad suggested attending Macomb for my first two years of college. I wanted to go away, have experiences, and be independent just like everyone else. Why me? Why do I have to stay at home? Attending a community college isn't cool. However, after attending Macomb for two years, my perspective on all of this has altered. While attending Macomb, I have met some really great people, both students and staff. The professors care about my education, goals, and future. There is always someone there to help you when you need it. Macomb offers different opportunities to get students involved including clubs, organizations, and even volunteer work. In the library they have tutors for every subject. They care about your future as much as your do. I'm receiving the same education at a lower cost. Half of my friends were in debt after their freshmen year, and I don't have to stress about that yet. Also, many individuals attending college change their major and then change it again. The price you pay to change your major at a university is a little more expensive than a community college. Although attending Macomb was not my initial plan, I am so glad that I did. They have allowed me to explore my career options, at a feasible tuition, they have allowed me to meet dedicated and caring individuals, and have given me a safe and clean learning environment.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: In the nursing program, you spend two years with the same class of 40. I love all of the people in my class, we study so much that I see them more than my own family. The professors in my program are wonderful. Clinical rotations held at local hospitals. The facilities such as the nursing lab are beautiful and well taken care of.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: The class availability and schedule makes it easy for me to go to school and work part time.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: I like Macomb's online courses because they still require you to complete group work. Even though you're not coming to class, you still get a lot of interaction with other students.

5 College Senior

Career Services: The career center at macomb assists students with resume building and also finding jobs in the area.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The teacher's at Macomb take time to help their students understand the material. The small class sizes make for great interaction.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The learning center in the library is my home away from home. Macomb also has a career center where they will rescue your resume and help you find jobs. In the nursing program, we have a monthly assignment to update a job portfolio that includes evaluations, certifications, and syllabi of each class we have taken so when we graduate and start interviewing, we can simply hand the interviewer the portfolio and they can see the skills I have acquired.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: I have been attending MCC for 4 years and am currently halfway through the associates of science in nursing program. Before coming to Macomb, I attended a private university for 2 years. There is an immense difference between the two schools, and I am so glad I transferred to Macomb. Every single teacher I have had at Macomb has been passionate about what they teach and strive for each one of their student's to succeed. The small class sizes make it easier to develop relationships and skills in comparison to getting thrown into a lecture hall of 200 and being told to ask the teacher's assistant if you have any questions. The student resources are fantastic- the learning center is my home away from home. I strongly suggest attending MCC or any community college after high school until you decide on a major or wish to save money to transfer to the university level.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The professors are good; however there is not a social environment

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: While certain professors push you to study and take time for you to learn, others will just go on. Two out of the professors I have are very helpful if you go to them and asked for help. The other not so much as he makes you feel like a young child. Besides that, the school is helpful by location and by instructors. I picked this school for the general education, and while it was not my first choice, I would come here again if need be.

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There’s a reason Macomb Community College is Michigan’s largest grantor of associate degrees: it’s a thriving community environment. Between innovative course options, well maintained campus grounds, and bustling student activities and organizations, students might have a hard time pulling themselves away from campus. The benefits of obtaining an education from Macomb Community College extend the boundaries of the status quo—just ask the 59,000 students who roam the 400+ acres of MCC’s three campuses annually.

MCC prides itself on the diverse educational offerings it makes accessible to today’s modern student. Whether you are focusing on a practical transfer program, career placement, continuing education, and/or industry training, the sky really is the limit. And although two-year colleges often lose sight of the community aspects of student life, MCC students seeking a well-rounded learning experience will find several student and alumni outlets to get plugged into.

As impressive as all of these stats are, there just might be a simpler secret to MCC's success.  Macomb's smaller classes translate into more intimate learning environments where students not only connect with the subject matter, they connect with each other.  Acquiring an education at MCC is as much about the relationships made along the journey as it is about the actual knowledge gained, giving students a sense of ownership and making them feel like they've become a member of the MCC family.

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