Central Carolina Community College Reviews
I am in the dental program at CCCC and love it. The professors and staff are very personable and actually care about your academic future. The campus is very well organized, a medium sized student body, a nice bookstore and a cafe area. I have never waited more then 10 minutes to see my advisor or found it hard to make an appointment to meet with my teacher. The teachers are amazing and want to help you succeed. Hands down best community college in North Carolina! They are currently in the process of building a new health sciences building with state of the art technology. They have a nursing program, dental hygiene and assisting, welding, veterinarian technicians, culinary school and cosmetology! If you don’t come be a Cougar you are definitely missing out.
I've been a student at Central Carolina Community College for three years. I started as a student in the Dental Assisting program, and I am now in the Dental Hygiene Program. Every teacher that I've had at CCCC has helped me learn so much and has helped me reach my goal in getting into my dream program.
I enjoyed the classes however I did have some issues with the advisement towards the end. I however linked with a great Advisor who helped me get things straightened out.
It is a great college so far. The instructors are very good mentors. The school should expand their parking lot, it gets very crowded. The school environment is very calm and peaceful which is good. They have good councilors and overall academic help to students. My grades went up after getting help in the academic center.
This is can great small college. We run off solar power. We have a water reclaim pond. We have a sustainable garden and pizza oven.
Central Carolina was a great 2 year college. Almost all of my professors were great. My advisor was always so helpful. They have a great staff ready to help you advance your career. They made the transition from mom-life to college life smooth and easy.
I have had a blast going to this college. They are very supportive if you have a problem and do everything they can to make sure you are successful.
Excellent School and Excellent People. Highly Recommended! They have very progressive programs for metalwork and tool and die. They also have an accelerated program for AS and AA program which is one of the few in the area.
I loved Central! It is extremely diverse and I think that brings a lot to the classroom. The staff is always there to help you with whatever you could possibly need.
My experience with Central Carolina Community College is fairly nice. I like the way things are set up online for blackboard and how the instructors give you a good amount of time to finish the assignments that are given. I also have had a class with a real instructor. I like the way my instructor taught our class. If I had to change anything with cccc I would change the way the instructors look at things such as if I had a problem with my internet or didn't receive a book for the class for a couple of weeks than they would understand instead of not caring about the situation.
What I love about CCCC is their ease-of-use. From applying for classes to talking with the Financial Aid office, they are user friendly. If you're looking for something close to home to get some college credits in without paying university costs, this is the place.
My classes are flexible because your the one that chooses the classes and time.
In online courses will workout with your planning like you can advance on the work.
In the school they have very helpful services in school they will help you out to apply for jobs.
The professors are really interacted with the student helping them out.
Internship for my degree plus you go to field trips and go see your potential companies that could hire it's like a career fair but more excited.
My major is a great one because once you graduate you can get an opportunity in the job field like working for the job
Overall experience that I'm having so far is great because cccc does really care about the students, they have varies helpful resources to help us out.
They offer career services on campus to help student with resumes, and also looking for job opportunists.
The class size is fair, the courses offered are great. The only downfall with attending a smaller school is that the flexibility of when some courses are offered are limited.