Durham Tech is a public college located in Durham, North Carolina in the Raleigh Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,419 undergraduate students. The Durham Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Nursing, and Healthcare Management. Graduating 20% of students, Durham Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,700.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.24 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.24 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.24 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities214 Graduates
Healthcare Management54 Graduates
Linguistics, Interpretation, and Translation50 Graduates
Early Childhood Education49 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science48 Graduates
Computer Programming46 Graduates
Dental Assisting43 Graduates
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Durham Technical Community College Reviews
It is a really great place! Truth is you can learn as much as you want to learn, the professors make it very clear "you're paying for this class, not me". Everyone can get a D or C in the classes but those who want to learn will be earning A's. The professors genuinely care and it is nice having teachers who are rooting for you. Many of the student's are brilliant and some of the high school students are some of the most intelligent people I have met. In conclusion, Durham Technical Community College is a good place and disregard anyone who tells you otherwise. As for employers and colleges, please give these students a chance! It should not matter where they are coming from but where they will go and how hard working and determined they were to strive in a small environment. I love this campus and forever will root loudly for the college when I transfer; no matter it be in a small college like UNC or a prestigious University like Harvard.
I really enjoy the Occupational Therapy Assistant program faculty! They are absolutely amazing! I also enjoy the atmosphere of the college. The Student Government Organization really tries to make sure that all of the students feel welcome and that they participate in the campus activities. The only thing I would like to see change would be bringing the food truck back to the other side of the campus. the students may only have a small break to run across the street stand in line in the cafe and get something to eat. Also the food truck offered different food choices than the cafe.
At Durham Tech. Community College you are able to meet many new friendly people. It is a place where you can give out to the community and learn about the people around you. It a place where you can learn about who you are as a person and see if you are capable to carry on in a four-year university. The professors prepare you to take on harder classes and let you know from their experience that going to Durham Tech. is the best option to learn and save money on your education. Apart from the professors, they sizes of the classes are very small, which makes it much easier to focus and learn what they teach. That is why I thinjk that durham tech is the best option if you are not fully ready to go to a four year college.