Copper Mountain Community College Reviews
Small college but great student care. No problem getting into your desired courses, and staff is diligently helpful
Great price, professional, clean. Only negative experience was with a few teachers. The college does have limitations due to it's location and size but definitely makes up for it since the price is so low for the credits and education you receive.
im very greatful copper mountain college is here in the desert. there is very limited educational resources here, its convenient to be able to attend a college close by that is top notch when it comes to your college needs and goals. id recommend copper mountain college to anyone who loves art and loves the desert and doesn't want to venture out to find an education when its right here in our back yard.
Copper Mountain College has been a wonderful experience at the community college level. The staff is friendly and helpful, the cafeteria food is delicious, and the professors really care about their students and want to see them succeed. Transferring out of CMC has been easy and everyone cheers each other on.
My over all experience so far with Copper Mountain Community College is quite joyful and peaceful. The thing I like the most about this college is the peace and quiet I get here since its a smaller community college compared to others which makes me focus and gives me less distractions. The professors I've had so far are superb. The teaching skills and the way they work with students is amazing, giving each student the right attention they need. I believe having a smaller school and less kids is the reason for that because it gives us the feeling of being somebody instead of just a number in a bigger school. Since the short period of time I've been here, I don't think there should be any changes so far.
My experience at CMC has been very good! The teachers are attentive and are willing to help you succeed in any way they can. The atmosphere is very friendly and welcoming.
A great small school that offers many transfer degrees! It is located in the high desert very close to the marine base. Classes are very easy to register, they do not fill up fast.
I like the most about college is getting to meet new people. A change I would like to see is adding sports, because that can be a fault of why people don't choose to go to Copper Mountain College.
Enjoyed the experience. Found a few of my favorite teachers there. The Coyote Kitchen had decent food and student services was very informative and helpful.
It wasn't the worst I've experienced so far but it is an easy and understandable.
I prefer to take morning and afternoon classes. So far it has been easy for me to schedule the classes I want within this time frame. However, I wish more professors offered classes around these times, but I suppose I'd have to take some evening classes in the future.
There is a wide variety of classes to choose from depending on your major. Also your class choice may be limited depending on if you fill out an IGETC education plan in comparison to a CSU education plan. The professors are pretty straightforward about their requirements in the syllabus. Its extremely important to read the syllabus thoroughly so there is no surprises. Also its important to sign-up for the classes you want/need ASAP because they fill up quickly. Popular class sizes can get pretty big, as well, with up to 40 students. This can be a bit overwhelming at first, but the as the semester goes on you'll get used to it.
Aside form the RN program and the other medical programs I haven't heard much about job/internship offers or employers recruiting on campus.
I dont know. it has been okay.
i just started school again and its been difficult to juggle school and work at the same time. however, the two teachers i had were very helpful.
I have only taken one online class so far but it was manageable and the system worked great.
The few times I have been in the career center it has been very helpful.