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DCCC is a public college located in Thomasville Township, North Carolina in the Greensboro Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,446 undergraduate students. The DCCC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Automotive Mechanics, and Business. Graduating 45% of students, DCCC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,500.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.26 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.28 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.28 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities223 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics145 Graduates
Early Childhood Education96 Graduates
Nursing Assistant94 Graduates
Machine and Metal Working62 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies61 Graduates
Information Technology48 Graduates
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Davidson County Community College Reviews
There are so many friendly staff and students that attend DCCC. It is easy to navigate and anyone who works there will tell you anything you need to know. The teachers I have studied under have been hard worker, honest and mostly fun. During the pandemic updates were constantly provided. Recently they've started making classes 8 weeks instead of 16 weeks. This is something that no one, not even the teachers like. I really want to see this change. 8 Weeks just isn't enough time to learn the material, especially in some of the more challenging classes. DCCC is only a two year school and doesn't have many extra curricular activities. This school is sweet, cozy and safe but is still missing some pretty fundamental things. One of the biggest things they offer is they ability to start a career in a very short amount of time. For the price they offer this school is great for almost anyone.
They recruited my kid to a program, telling him how awesome it'll be, only to tell him that he won't find a job in this state, and probably won't even be able to finish the courses because requirements are too difficult. They can't keep teachers & most of his classes have substitutes from high schools that don't know the material. They keep screwing up his financial situation. Their advisers aren't giving him good advise as to what classes to take. It has only only been a mess since he enrolled.
I took all of my classes online. The teachers were very helpful and always accessible wen we needed help with assignments or had any other questions. They were also very accommodating while the corona pandemic was taking place. We communicated through zoom meetings at times and were encouraged to participate in discussion boards in order to communicate with other students. I thoroughly enjoy online classes because I was home schooled part of my high school years so I learned to study and do my school work on my own. The way the classes are set up on Moodle at Davidson is very efficient as well. Moodle is very easy to navigate and the classes are quite simple to find. I feel that Davidson does a very good job with their online classes and will continue to take as many online classes as I can throughout my time at the school.