Central Alabama Community College
- 2 Year
- ALEXANDER CITY, AL
Central Alabama Community College Reviews
Rating 3.82 out of 5 125 reviews
I absolutely love the school. Every single teacher I have came in contact with his without their way to try to help me achieve my goal. Especially the Director of nursing Dr. Steele. She has went above and beyond for me not just her but the entire nursing staff if you’re looking for nursing school, please consider going to Central them community college you won’t regret it. The teachers are great.
It is a very nice community college where you can easily learn the information you are taught and quickly get to where you need to go. There are a few things that could improve on such as some of the ceiling tiles are nasty and light posts with shifted glass but besides all that it has a beautiful pond.
My first semester was crazy! I had no idea where to start and how to access my work through multiple platforms. They have since changed everything and now only require 2 platforms. The teachers here are amazing, some move faster than others so if it gets to be to much on your 2nd or 3rd class I would transfer to another teacher. I absolutely love this school though and they have multiple locations to serve a greater area
The best decision I ever made was attending CACC right out of high school. I later transferred to Auburn University where I felt as if I wasn't learning near as much. After obtaining a BS, I am back at CACC to begin work on another degree after deciding to change careers. CACC is where it is at, GO TROJANS!
It is great school that is cheap compared to a 4-year. The teachers and classes are helpful and makes it easy to make good grades in school.
Central Alabama Community College is a quick and easy college to attend. Your needs are taken into consideration. Student's schedules are very lenient and are able to take online classes at their own pace if needed. The price of this college is the best part offered. CACC is a very affordable college and also accepts financial aid. There is many things offered at CACC rather than just school work. Central Alabama Community College also offers easy way to make money while attending campus. The jobs offered from the campus will work around your classes. There are not very many extratricullar activities to choose from, nor is there a good selection of food for the students to eat. The library is to the point it is almost no library at all, but instead now more of a computer room. All the textbooks you need for class, you will have to order from an outside source.
Like many other students this year, I had to take several classes online. Only a couple of my teachers offered video lectures and other virtual opportunities to ask questions. A majority of the other classes that I had online basically had the students teaching themselves with little to no guidance.
I went to the Childersburg campus of Central Alabama Community College. I have heard several great reviews of the Alex city campus but unfortunately, the Childersburg campus was not as great. There are a couple of teachers here that are absolute gems but some of the other teachers and administration appear to not care much about students that need help. The college is also very poorly funded. During my time here I joined a club that required the coach to pay for some of our fees out of his own pocket.
I like the professors in a lot of the classes they are very nice and way different from highschool teachers. Definitely just a place to do school and nothing else because there isn’t anything else to do and with covid we can’t go on campus so it makes it a lot less of a place to enjoy. But as a 3rd year student it has its good and bad days
The teaching staff is very supportive and goes outside the box to help you succeed. However choose a different place to get a nursing degree the teaching staff is not helpful or supportive
The online classes were nursing classes and they were not conducted only posted lectures and only had 2 “classes “ with instructors
Wonderful faculty and staff! They are genuinely there to help you. All they want is for you to succeed. Absolutely, loved my advisor.
It has been a little challenging with math and sciences online. I am used to in person instruction. However, I have taken multiple online classes since last fall, and some of them are easier than in person classes. I highly recommend taking world religions, history, psychology, speech, and economics online. I am sure there are plenty more. For me personally, I do better in math and science if it is in person. Due to covid, I have switched to online.
The school sucks all around. They never do anything right, always late with financial aid, screw students out of money, dont offer many opportunities for financial assistance.
I have taken many online classes through CACC and each professor would help their students with anything they need. It is as close to an on campus experience as you can get. Each professor cares for their students and wishes them to succeed in there study’s and at life.
This college is a great experience, with great professors who make learning a whole lot of fun. I have enjoyed every step of the way in my college journey. Everyone is there to help us students with whatever we need. The campus it’s self is just amazing, we have a pond and multiple ducks that we get to enjoy each day we are on campus. I am going to start my second year at Central Alabama Community college in the fall and I can’t wait. Not only is the classes enjoyable and the teachers but we have a few clubs that are enjoyable too. I am currently apart of our fishing team who is coached by and amazing person who also apart of student services and can help whenever needed. We also have an outstanding sports team like softball and baseball. Overall I would like to encourage people from all around to come to CACC and experience the good times themselves.
It’s small so you build relationships with the instructors. It’s a really good school with great teachers.