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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.13 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.11 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.11 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities45 Graduates
Business Administration and Management28 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)25 Graduates
Biological and Physical Sciences18 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics16 Graduates
Health Service Preparatory Studies15 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science15 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services15 Graduates
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Alpena Community College Reviews
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No employers recruited the campus for nurses, students were invited to the local hospital where clinical were held for recruiting but I have no interest in working at ARMC. Value of the degree earned is not good considering how much time I have invested in this degree. I am disgusted with ACC and how they were so quick to say the nursing program was a 2 year degree but I spent over 2 years taking prerequisites and over 2 years waiting to get into classes was overcharged in the process. With all the time I have spent there are many other fields I would have chosen if I would have known I would spend this much time towards an associates degree. With the time I have invested in school I should be looking at a possible six figure income but that will not happen in nursing, I can guarantee that. I could have easily gone for a speech pathologists degree and be making six figures. I feel ACC let me down in so many ways it is unforgivable. I did not even attend the pinning ceremony for my RN degree. I will never step foot on that campus again for anything! I really don't have anything good to say unfortunately.
Many credits do not transfer to other schools, I know this because many of my classmates were complaining about this. The school was not very flexible, they stated you should not even work if you attend nursing classes, they said it was a full time job, and it was because of all the busy work, I have thrown away a ton of homework after graduating, literally 3 big totes full of notebooks, handouts, concept maps, ect. My experience at ACC has not been convenient in any way whatsoever.
The school makes considerable effort to notify students about internships and military enrollment. The alumni on campus is greatly honored and treated with the up-most respect!