Anne Arundel Community College Reviews
The faculty at this school are very well-qualified. There are a couple of rude professors, but overall the staff here is very courteous and respectful. I have been going here for about a year and a half and I have enjoyed most of it.
I loved the professors and course structures as well as the opportunities for student involvement. The only problem with attending here is that there is extremely tight and limited parking on most days.
After transferring from a 4 year college, AACC has been by far a non-stressful and accessible school. There are a variety of resources that can help all students. The staff truly put an effort in getting to know the student. The only con about this school is that it is solely a commuter school. Majority of the students come to campus, take their classes, and leave ASAP. It is quite difficult too create a mutual friendship with colleagues. However AACC has excellent schedules that are flexible with your hours.
Experienced teachers, serene environment, non racial discrimination, best teaching practices and lots more
I enjoyed going to AACC. I am currently going back to school to get another degree. So far, i have enjoyed coming back to the school and using all it services here and what it has to offer.
Anne Arundel Community College is a great place if you need to return to college or if you need to bring up your GPA. It is also good to get your per-requisite classes out of the way.
Great school! I wish it was a four year college. The advisers are friendly and helpful. The teachers genuinely care about their students, and they work hard to help you reach your goal, be it to graduate from AACC or transfer to a four year university. Even though this is a community college, the students take their education very seriously. There's also a good mix of young students who are fresh out of high school and adult/working students.
AACC is a great school to start your college career. It the perfect place to get comfortable with transitioning to college life. They offer so many types of classes that really cater to every lifestyle and it fits into many different varieties of lifestyles. Whether you are a full time student or a person who works full time and are trying to further your career by taking a few classes AACC really tries to make it happen with ease and as little stress as possible. I am so glad this school was around the corner for me!
The school is diverse in population, offers many extra curricular activities, and is a great way to figure out how to want go forward with education or career. I would like to see better academic support and a more caring attitude from some of the staff.
I've visited many colleges around the east coast before, however out of all of them, I feel that Anne Arundel community college has demonstrated the most care for their institution and students. If you're a student who has no idea where to turn to for your major, the school will recommend and appoint counselors who will work hard to find the path you desire. My personal favorite experience with AACC are the clubs and student body. With a wide variety of clubs and people to work with, I found my "calling" with the S.O.D.A. club, an organization dedicated to assisting disabled students on campus. Overall AACC has a wide variety of activities and classes students can partake in. However if I were to address a few criticisms, I would reflect on the fact that AACC's online services aren't very user friendly and that when classes are interrupted or rescheduled, I never felt addressed in time and only just barely knew before messing up my schedule.
I liked the teachers the most in my time here. The camps is a good size and takes little time to cross by foot. Also there is plenty of parking and it is never hard to find a close space. The courses i have taken have been challenging but never too demanding and felt rewarding by the end.
I like the flexibility of classes and the inclusiveness of campus. I have met many students here which are super friendly and really embody "were all in this together". Everyone wants to see everyone succeed, its not a competition or cut throat which I have experienced at other colleges.
I have loved this school! classes are not too big and the teachers really care for the students and want to see them thrive in school as well as going on to their careers or transfer schools. It is comfortable, close to home, and overall a great school.
The campus is beautiful! The buildings are new and feel up to date. Also, the academics provide the perfect transition to a four year university. There are plenty of resources to get help to succeed, like the tutoring center and the writing center. Even better, the professors are extremely knowledgeable and are very open to helping each individual.
At Anne Arundel Community College I made some of the closest friends I have ever had. I study architecture and all the professors were professional architects who have already been through what i am going through so they were very helpful in the learning process. I don't have any thing i would change because i have really enjoyed taking classes about and learning about my major.
I like that i feel safe on campus. Also the professors are better then most schools, theu truly want to help you succeed.
Great campus! Very inclusive, especially for the LGBTQ+ community! The professors and staff are so nice and accommodating.
Excellent selection of courses and professors are extremely helpful and want to see you succeed. Diverse student body that further promotes a good learning environment. So many options of class times which enabled me to choose between days, nights or weekend options as a student.
The Professors and students are all very nice. I have taken three classes there so far and have been taught very well on each subject. I feel that there is a communal feel between everyone who attends there
Here at Anne Arundel Community college students are saving money, while still receiving a good quality education from professors as if they were attending a four-year university!