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Reviews 107 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Some classes are flexible, some aren't. It's expected.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I had a couple of really awesome teachers, but even those teachers weren't that good at their job. One of my favorite teachers didnt teach me anything because he was too busy trying to be a cool guy and crack jokes instead of teaching the course.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: Liberal Arts seminar that is taken year 1 for Liberal Arts majors is a massive waste of time

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Definitely got the job done. I had one class that was amazing and i would take it again if I could, but all the other classes were so meh, and I feel like I didn't learn anything.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: As with life in general, scheduling has always had its ups and downs. However, this School went over the top to find the right times and options for the students in my major. I was disappointed to hear that the school will no longer carry the major I will receive an Associates Degree in.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I have already addressed this review as a part of my previous ratings. The School is perfect for what it was intended to do for me. I was never really frustrated at any time, and there was always someone willing to work things out with me.

3 College Senior

Career Services: Never really used these resources, I always new my plan to transfer and where.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: This School is really geared as a stepping stone in any ones path. You learn the basic of your career goal, then move to another school to specialize.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Being a small school, attention to individual class loads and functions are very good. Class sizes and styles are definitely geared towards supporting career building.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Small school, great personal attention to me, my financial issues and especially my time. Scheduling of teaching responsibilities with my standard classes, was very well proportioned during the week, giving me ample time to to attend to studies and a part time job.

2 College Student

Online Courses: I've hated most of my online classes. The bulk of the professors I have disliked were in hybrid courses. Material was outdated. "Computer Applications" should be renamed "How to worship Microsoft."

3 College Student

Career Services: If I transfer to an NH college then they will help me. Anything else and I'm on my own.

2 College Student

Academic Flexibility: Working a full time job in addition to being a full time honors student is exhausting. I need my job to live, I need my school to get a better job. There have been semesters where my average nightly sleep was roughly two hours.

3 College Student

Online Courses: I actually dislike taking online courses. Submission dates are stringent with many professors. Some require many more hours than the required listings on their blackboard listings.

3 College Student

Overall Experience: I've had amazing professors and awful ones. Few were accommodating to my migraine disorder. My smallest class was seven, my largest class so far was twenty one. The computer applications class was by far the worst class/professor I've ever had.

3 College Student

Overall Experience: As a two year school only associate degrees are offered. Most majors require transfering to a four year school.

3 College Student

Academic Experience: Teachers are hit or miss. I've had a few amazing professors, but many inadequate, or downright terrible ones. Midterms and finals are a mess and are disruptive to everyone's schedules. Many times the tests are on days we don't have class. It's hard working full time and having to request time off for exams.

4 College Student

Overall Experience: Everyone is friendly and helpful, but there are limited options for courses specific to my major. I'm aiming to be an English, History, and Japanese teacher, but few classes are available to me that cover all of the above. So few schools have Japanese language programs. It's part of why I'm doing the CIEE program in Tokyo this summer, but my school doesn't support study abroads, removing my financial aid from the process. I wish they had better food in the cafeteria and not at such inflated prices. I also wish they would spend less on free pizza/catering for the student body, and choose to reduce costs of attendance instead.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The admissions advisor was so friendly and helpful. She gave me personalized recommendations instead of a one fit all advice. I felt that the school really cared about my situation and was receptive in every way possible.

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: The professor I had pushed her students to their full potential despite only being an online course and I truly appreciate that. I felt that I learned a lot from her class.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I love the faculty whom hold professional jobs as the professors. It is really helpful and I feel like I learn directly what the real life will hold.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am a business major and the faculty is outstanding. With a CPA for your Accounting class, a PHD psychologist for your Human Relations class, and a lawyer in practice for your Business Law class, I felt that my education was thorough and well enriched by those professionals. The buildings are nice and new. The atmosphere is welcoming and a perfect study environment.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am currently in the Liberal Arts program at NCC. However, my goal is to be accepted into the Nursing program for fall of 2016. I have had a lot of help in choosing classes and schedules that will best prepare me for the nursing program. However, the nursing program at NCC is highly competitive and there are only 24 seats. Therefore, I have several backup plans.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I have completed one semester at NCC and I am glad that I decided to start my college education here. The class size is small and I was pleased with all of my teachers. I look forward to another semester in the spring and hope to be accepted into the competitive nursing school.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: What I love about Nashua Community College was the fact that they had the subject I wanted to study which was Psychology. The college itself was also not intimidating In size. It was very easy to find your way around. It is so do very close to my home and was affordable.

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