College of the Albemarle Reviews
Advisors and professors really care about you and your success! You feel like you are a part of a family!
Great staff and even the janitors are very FRIENDLY and helpful people and clean college and students are FRIENDLY as well and diverse staff and students , peaceful place to go to and great programs to choose from .
College of the Albemarle is a great school for students who are looking to get in, finish their degree and and get on with life. I found the facility to very nice and students are great. I have enjoying attending COA better then large universities.
Considering COA is a community college most people enroll here do so solely for the academics. Which just so happens to be where they excel. I'm attending here becs]ause of their nursing program which has a 98% pass rate and excellent NCLEX pass rates.
I had a wonderful experience. All of the professors were very knowledgeable and supportive. The campus was clean and safe. The administrative staff were always very helpful.
The education is great, professors are understanding, and the campus is enjoyable. Very good place to gain an affordable college education.
For someone that grew up in the area, this is a good oppurtiny to stay at home longer and save money. The school itself is probably similar to other community colleges. The classes are not too difficult on average and they do have a wide range of classes. Just like anywhere else, it has good and bad professors. Most of the ones I have dealt with are pleasant and easy to work with.
I love College of the Albemarle. The only thing I would change is to make their advisors more knowledgeable about what courses are required for specific programs.
Very small class sizes and knowledgeable professors. With smaller classes you go to be more interactive with your professors and learn more. Also with such small classes you are challenged more, and pushed to succeed.
College of the Albemarle is a typical community college with a desire to push the students to attend a four-year university. However the local area is the most boring place you will ever go, with no real form of entertainment. The college also does not have any athletics, so if you are an athlete good luck.
I have had a good experience with College of the Albemarle. I am currently a dual enrolled student with Pasquotank County High School. This means I am taking two to threes college classes at the College of the Albemarle and still am taking regular high school classes. College of the Albemarle has been nothing but nice to me.
Going to COA was probably one of the best decisions I've ever made. When I originally enrolled I was coming from a four year university that because of untreated anxiety I didn't perform to my full potential. Even though I am still struggling with said anxiety the teachers and staff at College of the Albemarle have gone above and beyond to help me be successful. I'll never be able to fully show my appreciation for this institution.
What a like about College of the Albemarle is that they will help you in a covient matter with no problems. What I don't like is that they don't have dorms or a cafeteria.
A small town community college . all ages , wonderful adult learning facility. they have free tutoring for anyone who wants to take part in it. employees and professors know their students by name. small classes and one on one with the teacher. a lot of them give you their personal cell phone numbers and are available when you need to speak with them. they have three different campuses available to the student body. You have the ability to take on line classes if you aren't able to make it to campus. or the choice of a hybrid class that is class room and online work.
I truly enjoy the atmosphere the school has to offer, going in I was quite nervous because of the new environment but there really isn't any reason to be. The classes are relaxed (not too relaxed to where you can get away without doing work) and other students are really helpful with showing you around or giving you some insight about the class you're taking. Paying for classes can be a struggle but really that's with any college. The financial aid office workers are extremely kind and understand how difficult paying for college can be. They really will try to work with you so you can pay for your classes in a timely matter.
I am an early college student so my experience with the college is very interesting. I started attending here as a duel-enrolled student at the beginning of my junior year of high school. The school does very well with working with and excepting duel enrolled students.
they are great, every time I have a question they make sure to answer it and help me out