College of the Mainland Reviews
College of the Mainland is a great and well known community college. They have good professors who will work with you, great activities during the week during college hour, and great classes that transfer(depending on University). The staff is very friendly and very helpful. There is not one down side to College of the Mainland that I can think of. College of the Mainland has given me the opportunity to better myself as an individual and I thank them for it.
-Collegate high school student.
-Collegate high school student.
I am currently in the CNA program with instructor Nelson, she is a great instructor and will insure that you are prepared and ready for the State Exam. The school itself could use some improvements in the overall outlook of the Main Campus, seems very old.
The staff is so friendly. My peers are amazing as well. Nothing but great things to say about this College.
College of the Mainland is an excellent place to go to school because of its students, faculty, and administrators. The college is fairly old but is soon to undergo multi million dollar renovations. The wildlife on campus is a welcome and enjoyable amenity. The college is truly student-centered meaning that every staff or faculty member is there in order to help students succeed in their individual goals. Many of the staff and faculty go above and beyond what is required of them to assist students in whatever manner they may need. I have seen the staff laugh, cry, and get frustrated with students, however; they never give up on them.
College of the Mainland has been wonderful. I have been attending for about a year and a half and I have no complaints so far. I am doing well academically, I was recently invited to join PTK, and I recommend COM to all of my friends looking for excellent education. The extracurricular activities are so much fun and have helped me to succeed both scholarly and mentally.
College of the Mainland is located in Texas City Texas, and provides several different career pathways and stepping stones to advance to a higher level of education. Two of the major programs are the P-Tech Program and the Nursing Program.
Very diverse college. Any student can thrive here if they are willing to put in the effort. College of The Mainland has so many opportunities, this allows the student an easier college experience for two years or however long they attend here.
I'm attending college of the mainland for the LVN nursing program so far I like how they come across as caring I don't know about the other parts of the college but the nursing staff seems wonderful
I love the diversity on the campus and the friendly staff! College of the Mainland is constantly hosting fun events for students and their friends and family. There is a great amount of opportunity at this school. The only thing I believe that could use improvement is the facilities.
This will be my first year back into school since 2010. College of the Mainland provided so much to me. It was surreal. I first thought that I wasn't going to be able to get in. The financial aide team worked with me tremendously to push my efforts to continue my education because I was a breaking point to where I wanted to give up, but they pushed me to work diligently to get what needed to get done for my financial aid. My advisors are awesome they gave me the best pep talks before the semester started despite that Hurricane Harvey hit me hard. I still managed to make it to school. They worked with me through all my hardships I encountered while in classes, with my brother dying, my grandmother dying, all the way to helping me keep my spirits up. I just want to thank College of the Mainland for making my 2017 exceptionally easy and caring.
The college of the Mainland is a excellent. College to go to I. Enjoyed my. Teacher The Staff is very helpful. They are very helpful . T he Food is delicious. You can study in the cafeteria. T he school is right by my home.
What I like about College of the Mainland is that it is very close in proximity to my home which makes the college even more comfortable to be knowing that I am not in a place to get lost. I also love the student-teacher ratio. The classes are small so your able to build a relationship.
Great Educational programs along with professional and warm-hearted instructors that are dedicated to teaching all students.
Casualness. location. classes size. online courses. people. faculty. tutors. class times. testing times. administration, counselors.
The ADN program is hard! You must study everyday to keep up. I enjoyed my clinical course the most! Dr. Hammer is an excellent professor and explains the material for Intro to Nursing. I wish there would have been lecture and more explanation on the material for Health Assessment and Skills.
I liked that the credits transferred easily and tuition was low. The on-campus events were also fun and the jobs that were available were very accommodating to my schedule.
I applied for the Nursing program, and getting all the correct information was very difficult. Some of the advisors in admissions were not helpful and gave incorrect information. Once I was able to get in to the program after seeing many advisors to ensure I had everything I needed to apply, I was able to work with the actual nursing department instructors who were extremely nice and helpful in the program. It was refreshing to speak with people who seemed to genuinely care about your education.
My rating is specifically for the Nursing staff, courses offered, and class styles. As noted before, the Nursing staff members are welcoming and helpful. According to our curriculum, the courses offered are detailed oriented and organized. The class styles from what I've observed is focused not only on textbooks, but rather the clinicals and critical thinking that will prepare us for the workforce.
My rating is based on the quality of our career center/services on campus. During my admissions process, the staff and faculty were very helpful and welcoming. Any concerns, all you have to do is ask. So far, everyone I have encountered with was very positive and did not hesitate to lend a hand.