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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.13 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.12 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.12 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities209 Graduates
Medical Office Management33 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)27 Graduates
Mechanics and Repair19 Graduates
Office Management19 Graduates
Business Administration and Management17 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics13 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications12 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Lenoir Community College Reviews
I start going to Lenoir Community College campus as first year Lenoir Early College High School student. I was extremely nervous because I was a freshman in high school on a college campus. Also I was part of new school just created. At first, everyone and I mean everyone including me had to adjusting to the new setting. I was really worry about having classes with college students, however, the college instructors made it easier by not signaling me out. They were very helpful,supportive and encouraging. They understood the position I was in and still didn't lower their standards. Instead they did all they can to help me reach those standards and pass our classes. Even doe I was a high school students, I was allowed to participate in college events. I graduated a year early in the Lenoir Early College High School and as Lenoir Community College student.
I attended Lenoir Community College for the early college program with Lenoir County Schools. It was a great experience with great teachers and awesome friends. The students are really involved and of course you have the teachers that are really involved and those that only care about the grades you make in the class. Overall, the thing I liked best were the teachers who were really involved and what I would like to see change is maybe the cost of the classes that have to be payed for out of pocket. An increase in the number of scholarships available would also be really nice.
Online courses can be interactive or completely dead, all depending upon the instructor. One factor is true for all online courses, however. They are all much more reading intensive than the classroom setting. There is more work because all learning must be demonstrated through writing and assignments. There is basically no interaction with peers when taking an online class. I took two online classes this past semester and one was great, the other was terrible. The great class was an English class. We had weekly readings and essays and our instructor gave excellent feedback. He made sure to communicate how you could improve your papers and responded very quickly to emails. The other class I took was history. We also had weekly quizzes, but the instructor never communicated to one student in particular. I never received any feedback. I emailed her with concerns about some of my quizzes, and she never emailed back. I had to find out her office hours first and go to her office before she would help me. Overall, the quality of online classes are very subjective based on which instructor you get.