Central Maine Community College
- 2 Year
- AUBURN, ME
Central Maine Community College Reviews
Rating 3.97 out of 5 247 reviews
Great experience! I love that all of my classes are offered online and how easily I can go from one degree to the next! Currently have my Accounting Associates, working on my Business now!
I will be attending Central Maine Community College this fall and I will be majoring in Exercise science. This scholarship will help me pay for it.
I enjoy the online options of this college, small campus, and low tuition. It’s the perfect way to land a career and improve my future!
Having been to another community college prior to attending Central Maine Community College, I can say that CMCC was the best experience. Students are assigned a very active student advisor who follows them until graduation. These student advisors are there to help/direct the student in the best way possible for success. AND they actually listen to you when you talk about an issue.
CMCC Alumni. It is a fabulous community college with advisors and faculty that genuinely care about students. I think so highly of CMCC that I will be helping my high school senior enroll there in the fall.
Good school, diverse, classes are not to difficult, good food options, good professors, nice campus and dorms, very affordable, good sports teams.
My experience at CMCC was overall very good. I had many excellent instructors and almost everyone at the school seemed to be genuinely invested in the success of their students. Even with COVID, the Life Science department came to feel like a community. While there are downsides to attending a small school, the ability to get to know your instructors and classmates was a huge upside for me. As long as you go into your education here with a desire to succeed, the people at CMCC will do everything they can to help you.
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.
Lots of programs, certificates, and training to choose from. They offer flexible schedules, easy course registration, and everything is very affordable. You can choose from two-year or four-year programs, and even have the choice to finish your degree sooner that that. The educators are eager to help students.
Easy-to-follow courses, continuous support from instructors, and an extensive variety of offered courses.
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 love all of the classes that I've taken so far, the faculty is extremely nice and caring! Small class sizes and great environment for learning.
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.