Central Maine Community College
- 2 Year
- AUBURN, ME
Central Maine Community College Reviews
Rating 3.95 out of 5 239 reviews
I transferred to CMCC from another school, and I feel much more comfortable here. The community is much more welcoming from what I have seen. Joining the Graphic Communications program was also the best choice I have made.
I took classes online and on campus. CMCC is accommodating to the adult learner who needs to work around work schedules. With all the changes to course taking due to COVID, I think CMCC has done a relatively good job with transitioning to all online learning.
Very kind hearted people, a lot more friendly than I thought they would be, I actually plan on potentially going back to CMCC online this upcoming year.
If you went to a professor yourself and asked for help they would help you! They were very strict on making it a safe environment for all staff and students. There was never a single worry about safety. I actually still have some friends from college! It's a good experience there.
Easy-to-follow courses, continuous support from instructors, and an extensive variety of offered courses.
I have taken multiple online classes, and with the teachers being really awesome the learning is really easy!
I am on my second year of Cmcc, and the staff here is beyond wonderful! All caring and helpful resources! I would highly recommend this college!
The application process is so easy! There are many advisers who are willing to help. I found the transition here to go very smoothly. There general orientation process allowed for me to get to know the ins and outs of campus before even starting. Part of this orientation included an extensive description of the security on base and the many measures the college goes through to ensure the safety of its students. It also reviewed the educational resources that I now have at my fingertips, including free tutors.
Central Maine Community College is a good way to start a 4-year degree or complete a 2-year degree. Teachers are understanding, academics are very good considering the small class sizes and you save a lot of money. It isn't the most interesting school considering the size/location, but its a great place to go, get your work done, and walk out with a degree.
I have had very good relationships with my teachers. They are all invested in the student's learning, and success. Most of the teachers here will go out of their way to get you what you need to succeed. They also offer a variety of classes for each major, both online and in class with varying classroom times to work around student's schedules.This school is also relatively inexpensive. You can get a 2 year degree here for half the price of going to a larger school, then transfer those credits to get a 4 year degree.
Good variety of academic programs. Excellent tutorial help. Tuition is low so it's a low cost start to your bachelors. Classroom computer labs need updates but money was spent on new sports complex. Teachers are hit and miss. Some are great but some aren't knowledgeable about the subjects they teach. I had two classes with a teacher who had just taught himself the software he was teaching the summer prior and couldn't answer many of my questions. Dorms are subpar. Drug use is often overlooked. There is no real kitchen in the larger dorm and students are forced to pay for meals even if they don't want cafeteria food, where there is only one vegan option - salad.
Central Maine Community College has a very nice campus with very diverse people. It's in Auburn but its far enough to be nice and quiet but is close enough that you could walk to the Auburn Mall.
They are great at helping you every step of the way. They make sure you know what you need to do to get enrolled, get the financial aid you might need, find housing and transition into college life. Everyone is so friendly.
It's a great start for high school seniors or for an adult looking to get back into school while being flexible with work.
CM is a wondefull family feel school. All your teacher will know your name and will help you succes in and outside the classroom. My personal favorite is the open gym where you are free to practice your sport anytime.
The people help find my way. Central Maine Community College is great for because I can communicate with people easily. All my friends goes there and I have so much fun going there. DescriptionCentral Maine Community College is a community college located in Auburn, Maine. It is one of the seven colleges in the Maine Community College System.
For the most part, I have had nothing but positive experiences at this school. My professors all seem to be passionate about the work they do. I have met some amazing people, as well. CMCC is also very affordable, which makes getting my general education credits pretty painless.