Camden County College
- 2 Year
- BLACKWOOD, NJ
Camden County College Reviews
Rating 3.56 out of 5 536 reviews
It’s a great college and affordable. I’m planning to graduate with no debt. The people and teachers there are so friendly.
Horrible. Inferior school for inferior students. Don't be an inferior student. Go to a real school and don't waste your money here. 100% accepted because it's only about the money.
Bad, bad experience. So glad I got out of there and transferred to a real college. OK if you are still in high school and want to take an AP course, but other than that, bad teachers, bad staff, trouble on the campus that no one wants to hear about.
Save your money, go somewhere else.
Save your money, go somewhere else.
Absolute garbage. Most of the professors are fine, but everything else is garbage. Impossible to get a timely response from admissions, advisors, etc. If you need your transcript sent to another school, give them at least 2 months because they take forever. And good luck getting ahold of admissions to find out the status, because when you call, not only will the department not answer, but their voicemail box is always full. Do yourself a favor, and go to RCGC. The very slightly extra cost for out-of-county tuition is worth it for superior services and a staff that actually cares about you.
Camden county is a great place for athletes. Not only that but everyone. Everything is easy to access and all are very helpful. It’s a fun school with good professors who care about you and your grades not just getting paid! It’s a great school to attend and one of the cheapest. You learn a lot while attending!
I think Camden County offers a good variety of courses and helps prepare its students to transfer to a 4-year university. I have had some really great professors that genuinely care for the success of their students, and some that are not so interested. The administrative staff has been moderately helpful reply in decent timeframes.
I enjoy the environment of the school. There are many locations to sit and study or just have time to yourself. I would like the school to plan more events/activities. The culture event so far has been the most enjoyable.
My online classes have been pleasant so far. The older teachers have had a hard time regularly communicating with us, the students, but overall there have been no problems as long as any misunderstanding are communicated well with the professors.
Overall I've had a great online experience. However, some teachers seem to struggle adjusting to the new platforms and in those classes it can be very difficult.
Currently I am taking online classes and they are pretty simple to take, at first it is difficult to understand, but once you get the hang of it taking classes online is easy. The great thing about taking online classes at CCC is that you can do it at your own pace, for example some days I'm not able to work on school for any reason, but luckily I don't have to worry about attending a class.
So far my experience in Camden County College is great, of course the experience is different due to the pandemic, but overall I have received the help that I need.
After 4 semesters I can honestly say that the staff here truly cares about all their students. I lost my father during my first semester and they have been there every step of the way. Covid has been extremely difficult for everyone and they are trying their best to work with the students and faculty to get the education everyone deserves!
It has been super difficult for everyone and they are trying their best. Some Professors definitely show they care more than others do.
Online is not good here during Covid times. Don't get me wrong the user interface (UI) was good and I had very little problems with it. However the problems come with the professors and the courses. I have taken, let say, 2 and a half semester's online due to Covid 19 and that sums up, for me at least, to 12 classes. Out of those 12 classes only 2 professors took the time out of their day to actually host a live zoom call and teach us in person. Literally ever other professor just posted assignments and videos and set due dates for them. If Covid didn't happen or it wasn't as serious as it was than I would have, 100% , taken in person courses. So, what would have made me give this a better rating would be if professors took the time to actual instruct and come to us, the students. Verses us take the time out of our day, the ones with all the assignments, to come to them.
Amazing staff and learning atmosphere! The diversity is amazing! You can choose one campus ranging from the other two. Or all three! They provide a shuttle bus from each campus as well!
My experience of the ONLINE courses for the FA 2020 semester was challenging. If you're the type of student to learn in person, you may possibly seem to struggle with the online courses.
This is my first year back to school in 12 years, and I can definitely say that Camden county college has made this a great experience. I feel like my future is important to everyone I speak with, which's important after not attending for so long. I also feel like the professors are always trying the most to help. I feel like I'm a priority at this college, and it's a great feeling.