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Halifax is a public college located in Weldon, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 432 undergraduate students. The Halifax acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Welding, and Business. Graduating 37% of students, Halifax alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,900.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities56 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics35 Graduates
Medical Office Management34 Graduates
Office Management32 Graduates
Instrumentation Technician31 Graduates
General Construction Trades29 Graduates
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Halifax Community College Reviews
The is my last year at Halifax Community College and it has been a success for me. I am a thirty-seven-year-old single parent that choose the correct college to further my education. Some things that I like about the college are that the teachers care about you achieving your education goals. They want the best for you. Also, there are dedicated student advisors that stay connected with the students throughout the semester to see how well we are progressing. The only thing that I would like to see change is higher enrollment of students. There are so many opportunities that are currently there but if the enrollment was high there would be better opportunities for the students.
It is the most "eh" experience to possibly have. Many students enroll it from other areas as dual enrollment or electives, maybe even from other colleges as an "easy" alternative. The pricing is decent, the tradeoff is the education; your learning experience is a bit tragic due to the low quality. This area is for those that are not necessarily overachievers in the area but are seeking an easy way to avoid high student loans in their future, with many students not really relocating to another area that isn't as barren as this one.
This community college is small and because of that, it is very easy to navigate through the campus. I'm an early college student so most of my classes are online. So far, I have not had any problems with the online classes. I had one traditional class and it was very different to what I expected.