Carroll Community College
- 2 Year
- WESTMINSTER, MD
Carroll Community College Reviews
Rating 3.97 out of 5 219 reviews
For a couple of years now, I have been taking classes for one of Carroll Community College’s online programs so that I might get a degree in business administration. While studying at Carroll, I have experienced a fairly flexible schedule and reduced commute time between the college and my home. However, I have also had a few issues, such as website glitches, not being able to work on my degree program’s courses completely online, and ending up spending more time than I ought to on coursework (according to the college). Overall, though, my experience at Carroll has been fine.
I enjoy Carroll Community College because it is a small school, which means the professors and staff at the college are more in-tune of what each individual student needs in order to succeed in the class. The professors are kind, knowledgable and help each of their students towards a path of success. The students at Carroll are nice, quiet and rarely is there every any sort of conflict at the school. Overall, it is a nice, mellow school that offers plenty of classes to fit with almost any degree-seeking path.
Very simple and straightforward. The course websites were easy to use and the campus was pretty. The instructors also responded quickly to any questions.
My professors were good with using online textbooks, which were helpful when I was travelling. There were also very good at sending reminders and creating a schedule for the course which helped me submit stuff on time and plan.
I love the small class sizes and how the teachers are able to know you and how you learn to help you get the most out of your classes.
I loved the faculty of Carroll Community College! they were very helpful in my success in obtaining my Associates Degree.
My online campus experience was very different compared to in class learning; COVID played a truly large part of these decisions, but learning continued outside of the classroom just the same.
The majority of my classes for my A.A. in business were online. Professors were easy to contact and the Blackboard site was user friendly. Online courses allowed me to complete the work for each course at my own pace.
Carroll Community College is a great place to start an educational journey. It is very affordable, the instructors are very knowledgeable, and you will make great friends.
After going to a 4-year school for my first 3 years, I highly recommend Carroll Community College. The price is very affordable, and the class sizes are a good size (not overly large). The professors are as good, if not better than, some I had at my 4-year school, and work hard to help the students succeed. I felt safe on campus, especially now in the middle of the pandemic.
The campus is very nice and somewhat easy to navigate. The professors are very eager to help you and are overall interested in the subject they're teaching.
The professors are easily accessible and are not giving out impossible to do assignments via online.
The best teachers I have ever had and the nicest environment to ask for help, use tutoring, and get things done!
The building is very nice and there are many clubs and activities. If you find the right people, it can be a very pleasant experience. As a social work major, however, I found there were not many classes available geared to my major. There is not a lot of diversity mainly due to the area, and they only just got a mascot and athletics.
I have only taken one online class here during the summer, and it was fine. The online classes come with pre-uploaded lecture videos that you can watch at any time. However, the discussion boards felt kind of awkward to me.
Easy classes and amazing professors. Would high recommend taking dual enrollment or regular classes here!
Carroll Community has rather excellent teachers, good structure for education, and provides proper safety for students and faculty throughout the school. My only complaint would be the lack of help in planning schedules and financial aid. I have met with counselors several times, and every time there seems to be a new problem with my schedule or I meet with a new person who doesn't understand my schedule. The financial aid office also does not seem to be willing to help when it comes to financial aid and scholarships. Every turn I make, it seems like I cannot receive any help.