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Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities12 Graduates
Business Administration and Management11 Graduates
Corrections and Corrections Administration11 Graduates
Early Childhood Education11 Graduates
Foreign Languages and Literatures9 Graduates
Emergency Care Attendant (EMT)6 Graduates
Kinesiology and Exercise Science6 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Corrections5 Graduates
Social Sciences5 Graduates
Computer and Information Studies4 Graduates
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Bay Mills Community College Reviews
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I absolutely love this school, it is amazing and very friendly. The teachers, as well as students, are very nice. The small classrooms and free one-on-one tutors allow me to learn and grow to my full potential. My favorite thing about this college is how they hold onto and demonstrate the native heritage and we (natives and non natives) can learn about the native history because they offer classes for it. Overall, I wish I didn't have to transfer in a couple years!
The tuition is amazing, they make it so nearly anyone can afford it and it is well worth it! My financial aid covers all of my classes but I do not live very close to the school and do not have a vehicle of my own so borrowing vehicles and paying for gas is a little tough. The financial aid and tuition are amazing though.
I feel that I am most definitely getting my money's worth. This is a great little community college and you can choose to go to campus as well as online courses available, which is great for stay-at-home parents.