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Reviews 426 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Wide variety of class offerings (times/days), easily transferred credits to a 4 year university to earn a second degree in the next 2 years

4 College Senior

Online Courses: Great student interaction even for online courses, professors are easy to contact

3 College Senior

Career Services: Haven't had the opportunity to experience the offerings of the career center, job fairs are offered however

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Small class environment makes interactions possible, university level workload, wide variety of class available though some have only a few offerings

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Haven't experienced internship opportunities through career center but professors are very willing to help with recommendations/job opportunities if asked

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: College level workload, variety of classes taken for program creates a well rounded education, small campus that is easily accessible

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Very affordable school for the same education at a university, small class sizes , dedicated and great professors

5 College Student

Academic Experience: I have a lot of hands on homework, especially for my creative courses.

5 College Student

Overall Experience: My school has so many class options, students from all over the state, and professors who care about education and are very accessible!

2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Wasn't able to take a math class because it wasn't flrxible with my schedule. Also there were only three class times available so they filled up quick.

3 College Junior

Career Services: Don't know anything about that

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Class sizes are small so it's a comfortable atmosphere. Loved all of my English classes so far. Overall a great first semrster

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Haven't seen too many internships and jobs available.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I love the accounting/business administration major because it not only allows me to learn accounting principles but also lets me explore the business world so I can be covered in all business fields.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I have had some amazing classes however there have been some problems that required me to go to the dean of student, he was not friendly and neither were any of the supervisors and registrars.

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Id say the times to choose classes are reasonable.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I so far had the best professors ever. Some are laid back and if you ask for help, they have no problem helping you.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: You can never go wrong with going to a Community College first then going straight to a four year college. Most of the professors first of all teach mostly at Uconn, and Uhart. You are getting the same exact education from a four year college at a two year college. Also the amount of money you save is BIG!

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: For the most part I have really been able to work the classes around my personal schedule which has been wonderful. Sometimes that meant having to take a class that ends at 10pm, or having 3+ hours between classes, but that was better than having to quit my job.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: I enjoyed most of the classes I was in. The course quality was really good. There were a few professors that did not seem as interested in their job and the students as other professors.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I tried to get an internship and after two interviews I did not like one place and the other place hired someone else before I could accept the position.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I really enjoyed the art professors and the classes I took with them.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The class sizes are small, the professors are helpful and love their jobs for the most part.

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: my school was so convenient for me to explore myself and to try new things. The classes made me feel so welcomed due to how many kids were in it. A minimum of 25.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: I have personally never had a online course here but i heard that it is easy to get to and do.

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Being a relatively small campus, MCC has its pros and cons. Because it's compact, this allows for more one-on-one attention between students and professors. Professors know students by names instead of by numbers, which is really helpful when it comes to learning. Also, students get practical hands-on experience both in and outside of the classroom, which often leads to job placement. On the other hand, the campus also can feel like a mini-high school sometimes, especially since it's attached to a magnet high school. In fact, high school and college students share a gym. Also, because it's a small school, the resources aren't always so plentiful. When it comes to the computer labs, it seems like you can't use them unless you have a class, which is frustrating. 

While many students are friendly and involved on campus, just as many others are only there to learn and leave. It can be hard to make friends because it's a commuter school. However, the one thing that unites everyone is the goal to further their education and careers, which is pretty cool. Another gripe from students is not enough advertisement for events and activities. However, if a lot of people don't want to get involved and just want to go home after class, then advertising for these activities kind of defeats the purpose. Overall, MCC is a school that's a good platform to transfer to other schools in the area, providing you quality education at a relatively cheap price.

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