Macomb Community College

665 reviews
  1. Warren, MI
  2. 2 Year
C+
Overall Niche Grade
  1. Professors
    C+
  2. Value
    C+
  3. Diversity
    C+
  4. Safety
    B+
  5. Student Experience
    C+
  6. Location
    B-
Macomb Community College is ...
Public
Athletic Division
NJCAA Division II
Athletic Conference
Data not available
Address
14500 E Twelve Mile Rd
Warren, MI 48088
Website

Admissions

Acceptance Rate
100%
SAT Range
Data not available
ACT Range
Data not available
Application Fee
$0
SAT/ACT
Data not available
High School GPA
Data not available
Application Website

Cost

Net Price
$6,704/ year
National
$15,431

Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

Net Price by Household Income
  • <$30k
    $7,083/ year
  • $30-48k
    $7,105/ year
  • $49-75k
    $4,730/ year
  • $76-110k
    $10,775/ year
  • $110k+
    No Data

Academics

Professors
C+
Based on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors.
Student Faculty Ratio
28:1
Evening Degree Programs
Yes
83%
of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.88 responses
56%
of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.81 responses
75%
of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.79 responses

Majors

Students

Full-Time Enrollment
7,514Undergrads
Undergrads Over 25
21%
Pell Grant
52%
Varsity Athletes
2%
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After Macomb Community College

Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$30,000/ year
National
$33,028
Graduation Rate
16%
National
47%
Employed 2 Years After Graduation
84%
National
83%

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Reviews

665 reviews
  • Excellent
    104
  • Very Good
    250
  • Average
    256
  • Poor
    37
  • Terrible
    18
So far my experience at Macomb Community College has been great! With MCC being a community college, not only does that make my bank account happy- it means smaller classrooms and more attention from professors if needed. Every prof. I've had so far each taught me knowledgeable things that just didn't apply to the course but in real life as well. I have just felt very welcomed and focused attending my first two years of college at MCC. College is not like high school at all; college is a lot harder and requires a lot more time and energy. Attending community classes allowed me to properly put more time and energy in to my studies. All in all, I'm very happy and proud of my decision to attend MCC.
  • Sophomore
  • 3 months ago
As I have said before, with a local community college as large as Macomb, you really need to do the research on your own in order to determine what you want to do. When I went in for my first advising appointment, they flat out told me to stick with general studies until I figure out what I want to do. I transferred from Oakland University and I have discovered a huge difference with the advising office. At Oakland, they had dozens of resources for the student to figure out what they wished to do in the future. However, Oakland specifically is advertising their programs to you. Macomb encourages the student to learn on their own and find a college that meets their expectations. I wish the Macomb office would be a little more helpful but they have so many students that it is hard for them to be able to help you out with what you wish to do.
  • College Sophomore
  • 4 months ago
My Drawing I professor was an Iranian who could not communicate effectively in English! It was a guessing game trying to figure out what he wanted to be done. He also played favorites and treated some students better than others. At one point he even criticized me for following his directions, but didn't say anything about any of the other projects.

Everything else was pretty much high school art. except costing you a lot of money. Most of my teachers were great and friendly, but the projects were a waste of time. I didn't learn anything useful from my freshman year.
  • College Sophomore
  • Jan 24 2015