Central Carolina Technical College
- 2 Year
- SUMTER, SC
Central Carolina Technical College Reviews
Rating 3.85 out of 5 262 reviews
Central Carolina Technical College’s campus is beautiful. The campus is up to date and all of the staff are always willing to help. Central Carolina is a friendly and gorgeous environment.
My experience has been wonderful, I love my college, the advisors, the professors and the courses. This will be my 2nd year at Central Carolina Technical College and I’m looking forward to another successful & academic year. I would like to see the disability accommodations change up a little bit more, as I am a student that is disabled and have several mental illnesses that faces a lot of challenges but the rewards will be so rewarding when I graduate.
I had a great experience for the most part. Almost all of my teachers gave me nothing but respect and were extremely supportive, especially Mr. Cox. They were extremely resourceful as well. The down side about this college is the administration. I had Kayla Byrd as my counselor who never helped me ONCE in my two years as a student there. Not to mention that when I informed them about what I my end goal was, they gave me ALL THE WRONG CLASSES after assuring me SEVERAL times that they were the right classes.
The teachers make the assignments interesting and easy to get students more involved and allow them to finish in time. It has great resources to help students succeed throughout their academic journey. Provides free tuition for students seeking affordable education as well as low tuition costs. Provides a number of different certifications for students wanting to attend a two year college. Allows students to attend for an associates degree causing them to also be able to transfer a large amount of credits over to a four year college if they were wanting to achieve in getting a bachelors degree in their major. Allows anyone with a 2.0 gpa or higher to attend, is adverse, accepts students with disabilities, and very easy to get in touch with or get with when reaching out to seek help. Very helpful with financial and registering for classes as students are able to either go to the school to seek for answers or just call from their device during weekdays.
I love the fact that every staff member is dedicated to making your experience with them a positive one and everyone was just so nice and kind all around.
The staff and professors were very helpful and kind! Everyone is treated with respect! And the professors were very adept and provided such insightful material. I will note that there is some lack of diversity, especially as it was, at one point, observed by others that I was among the few Latino students attending CCTC. Regardless, most of the advisors and professors alike are very encouraging and patient. And the college really does a great job of keeping students engaged.
The staff and people at Central Carolina Technical College are very easy to work and be around. Also, the atmosphere is very welcoming .
This is the worst school for nursing EVER!.. the main goals of the teachers is to reduce the class size so they don’t want people to succeed. Please check the graduation completion rate like 14%... no joking. They have to give people points to pass test because they don’t teach you what they test on. The teachers are horrible basically after the 1st semester you have to tech yourself and all the school’s administration cares about is money. This place was a total waste of money & time!
The teacher really didn’t teach anything and the test were super hard! Don’t waste your time or money because that’s what this school is about they don’t care about students. I wished I would have checked the reviews 1st.
I really enjoy going to CCTC as a student. The advisors are very helpful and are quick to respond to any and all of your needs. Professors are the same way and they might even be your advisor as well.
I enjoy going to CCTC. It’s affordable and all the professors I have had were fantastic! They really care about their students.
I have taken several courses online through the D2L service. It is really easy to navigate and the professors put everything there for you such as resources, videos, and other information to help you with your courses and learning.
I do enjoy a majority of the classes and teachers. The only problem that I have is with one teacher who continues to act in a passive aggressive and unprofessional way.
First off, the school is really clean interior and exterior! The instructors are always wanting you to succeed and they will help you out as much as they can. Also the school is very good with financial aid and any other class problems you might have. The school also has a testing center where you can take tests you missed in a quiet room to help you focus. All of the administrators are very nice and will help you in any way they can. This school is truly amazing. One last thing, the jobs you can get after you graduate are great, there are always people looking at the school trying to find good, hard workers.
Central Carolina Technical College has been really good. Although being a small two year public technical college and campus in a small town, Central Carolina Tech is known for having excellent teachers who are willing to give the students a great learning education and experience to help prepare them for the work force for the major that they are in. Whichever major the students choose to pursue a career in, they’re academic advisors will even set up job interviews and internships for them so that they will already be set to have a full time paying job by the time that they graduate with their associate’s degree, or certification is one thing that i as a student like about this school. One thing that I would like to see a change within the school are more program choices and options for students as Central Carolina Tech only has business, nursing, computer, and engineering majors and would like for the college to expand and add on other major programs of study.
I love that Central Carolina Technical College classes are really hands on. The course work is not a lot and I find it very easy to retain.I wish there were more scholarships offered.
I had a really pleasant experience at Central. I did dual enrollment as a junior in high school, and I was happy to have the opportunity to do so. It was informative and beneficial to me because I had somewhat of a college experience whilst still in high school