Colorado Northwestern Community College Reviews
CNCC was a small school with great small classroom sizes, which gave more one on one with the professors, you weren't just a number. The dorms were nice and close to the college so you could walk to your classes. There were different events and activities to keep you busy. The classes were some of the best rated, and not crazy expensive. The downside is the town, there isn't a whole lot to do, but it makes you be creative and gives you more time to study.
Instructors are very friendly and knowledgeable. They want to help the students that they see succeed and will do anything in their power to help elevate students. Instructors are relatable and know that life happens, and will do their best to understand and accommodate student needs on campus. Campus living in the dorms is very affordable and comfortable, cable TV is included in the dorms as well as wifi. Staff and faculty do as much as they can to encourage a family like environment among the students and put on many events for new and old students to connect and make friends on campus.
the Baseball team is great! I also love the campus it’s small and easy to get around, also I love how small the town is and how everything is basically walking distance, and it’s very close to home.
If you play sports it was a fun experience to interact with other teams. There are only five food places in the area. The academics were a good start for a first time college student. Shouldn't go to this school unless you live with-in a couple hours of it. Very homey school but the cafeteria is awful. Dorms are nice.
I really like going to school here! I love the small classes and campus and the teachers are so helpful!
This college is your typical small town community college. This being said, it has pros and cons. Pros: Everyone is VERY helpful. Response from admissions, financial aid, etc. is excellent. They can help with anything you need pretty much on an immediate basis. Cons: This is a small town and there aren't a ton of things to do. It's very quiet.
I have been attending CNCC for a year now. The college is good for Equine study. My only problem has been the switching of program directors in the middle. It has made things difficult adjusting. The dorms are ok and you can choose to co-ed or not. I prefer a room alone so I can study and relax if I would like. The class sizes are average and have a diverse group of kids in them which makes it interesting. Hoping to get through my final year !
If I could rate 0 stars I would. The campus coordinators do not take care for the students, neglecting and uncaring people run this campus. Student life is by far the absolute worst! The town is decrepit, full of racists, bigots and self righteous small minded people: not the best for a learning environment. The town offers no jobs to students as their "schedules fluctuate too often" as they should for a college student. The nearest city is 2 hours away by car. The town police target students. DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL
So far CNCC has been an ok experience for me. I LOVE the outdoor atmosphere of this town and mountain location but definitely wish there was more to do. The teachers are good for the most part and classes easy enough to pass. I love that they have a building with single dorms. As a 28 year old returning to school after 10 years, that has been so nice. I've been living on my own for 10 years and don't know how I would do living with an 18 year old kid lol. Luckily I didn't have to find out. I live in Nichols Hall, which is a building with only single dorm rooms and is a 24 hour quiet hall. PERFECT for me. The food at the college is HORRIBLE. It's worse than the food from the elementary school cafeteria and that's saying something.
Classes are small so it is easy to receive help from other students and one on one time with professors and instructors.
Need more effort from students
Aviation is a very fun hands on experience. But have to be willing to put in a serious amount of work to succeed.
Very affordable compared to other schools with the same program.
The online class I took I found very hard, to understand the concept of wht exactly I was learning.
We had somone once tell us they would clal us if we didn't have a job within an yr after finishing school,and that's it.
At the end of the day , I go home knowing I learned something new, and I am one day closer to my career . All because CNCC makes it affordable ,comfortable and very helpful. At times I get to school without eating , but thts nt a problem because they have a microwave so I can just heat something up when I cant make it home before class. I get to class and get a big hello , and I come out with more knowledge than before.If I ever am struggling with anything there is always some to help.
I think is okay, because how I said we don't get much hands on expirence . But we do get someone when to show us critical thinking and how to apply things in the real world. Which I will benefit greatly later in my career.