Anne Arundel Community College
- 2 Year
- ARNOLD, MD
Anne Arundel Community College Reviews
Rating 4.01 out of 5 853 reviews
I have had many teachers that were there to really help me succeed. When I was going through a hard time when my grandmother passed away my teachers understood and helped me out a lot even when I was behind. Some of the classes are very fast paced and I feel like students are not using their best potential because of this.
Anne Arundel Community College is a fun, immersive, and embracing community. I struggled with high school, but Anne Arundel Community College has been doing a really good job in preparing me in going to University. It is helping me to become college ready at an affordable cost that has costed me nothing.
AACC was a very good school for me to start out my college journey. I was able to save money and work while also receiving quality education from amazing professors.
The professors are attentive and passionate. They are patient and willing to teach with a passion. It keeps me interested when they teach. I have not met a professor who dislikes what they do. Another thing about Anne Arundel is their staff. Their staff is supportive and will not turn you away for any issues. They are all respectful. The people there are polite and genuinely want to know you. One thing that surprised me is how they hand out a survey to all students to ask what they did and didn't like about the course they took and what the instructor can do differently. I absolutely like how the student can provide feedback. It just shows that the school listens to us. The events the college holds are amazing as well. The clubs are great. The way they run things are not disappointing. All of it is well organized.There is not much I can complain about the college. I will miss the college once it is time for me to transfer to a higher level of education.
I have enrolled in Anne Arundel to pursue my degree in business admin. Between the classes and professors, as well as the help office, I have had an amazing experience so far. They have answered all of my questions and my advisor was very helpful when I was going through registration.
Overall AACC is a very good college. I have had some very good instructors that I felt wanted the students to succeed and progress to graduation.
It has been great, I have saved a lot of money with this community college option. When Covid-19 hit and all classes went online, I transferred from Salisbury University to AACC in order to save money since all classes were online regardless of the school. The professors and advisors have been very helpful throughout my sophomore year and transfer process.
The online learning experience was good considering the short notice due to the pandemic. The live class sessions simulated a class environment, and the homework was the same as on campus classes. The only problem was the limited classroom environment for the teacher to work with. Without live classes, there is much less enthusiasm to be appreciated because of the video filter.
AACC was very affordable and welcoming environment. Every professor started class off on a great foot and welcomed all incoming freshmen. Many school events were hosted and made the college experience wonderful.
I took all of my classes online the last semester that I was at AACC because of COVID-19. Overall, the professors did a great job in transitioning the material to a virtual environment and were available to address any questions or concerns. Learning virtually was more difficult, but I still did well in my classes.
Overall, I enjoyed my experience at Anne Arundel Community College (AACC). AACC is a great option for students who want to continue their education but aren't sure what they want to study. AACC also has a great transfer program so that students can easily transfer their credit to AACC to complete a program there. However, since it is a commuter school, if you are looking to be a part of a big social scene, AACC may not be the best option for you.
At Anne Arundel Community College, I have the ability to choose the classes that best fit my degree. I will now have a smooth transfer to the 4-year university to finish my bachelor's degree. The professors have been great and informative. Most importantly, A.A.C.C has been very helpful and efficient with this new online-school format since the virus has affected everyone. My advice is not only for online students, but all students of the future; make sure you aren't being led with a blind eye. I say this because any community college will have different courses required than the 4-year that you plan to transfer to in the future. Make sure you are doing your research and asking lots of questions or else you may end up spending more money on courses you don't even need in order to graduate.
I have the ability to choose the classes that best fit my degree. I will now have a smooth transfer to the 4-year university to finish my bachelor's degree. The professors have been great and informative. Most importantly, A.A.C.C has been very helpful and efficient with this new online-school format since the virus has affected everyone. I haven't been on campus nor have I participated in any activities because all students and instructors are teaching and learning from home.
Anne Arundel Community College is an overall great school. I decided to attend because I felt that it would be more practical from a financial standpoint. The school has an amazing community, and most professors truly care about their students and their success, which is nice to see. Additionally, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, most classes have switched to an online format. I didn't expect AACC to offer premier online learning, but they proved me wrong. Each professor that I have had has been even more engaging and involved and makes sure that they can do whatever they can to help the students. Overall, the school is an amazing one, and I believe that if paying for college is an issue for you, I'd recommend going to community college first to save money and learn more about yourself and what you want to do before jumping into a 4-year university.
It's very good. I am a high school senior taking a college course so this has been a great first experience with college.
The teachers respond to you very quickly and they understand online is harder than in person. They also work hard to help you to succeed.
Some professors have an easier time with online learning than others but are generally open to helping their students walk through any issues. Most professors are really professional and fair graders.