Luzerne County Community College
- 2 Year
- NANTICOKE, PA
Luzerne County Community College Reviews
Rating 3.82 out of 5 346 reviews
This advisor is excellent. There is a vast amount of courses available online and in person. The tuition is cheaper than most colleges. But the fees are a little ridiculous. All in all I am happy to be going to this college.
Although some of my college classes and an extreme amount of work for the most part the online classes are great. The professors do very well in have all of the course information online where it is needed. I took quite a few online courses here and was very happy. The only course I had an issues with was an advanced math class.
My online learning experience was great. The professors took the time and consideration to answer questions for the first timers and taught us how to use.
I very much like this school. I save money and the college is very close to home, which saves time. They have great professors and love to teach. I am very happy choosing this college.
Amazing! My online professors have made it easy to access them. Any time I am in need of help on with an assignment, my emails are answered almost immediately.
I attended LCCC for my Associates in Dental Hygiene. The staff is wonderful, resourceful, approachable, and genuinely caring.
It wasn’t really an online program but all of the coursework for my classes was posted to an online program that I could download PowerPoints and information from.
Simple and straight forward as long as you stayed up to date on your assignments. Professors were very clear with directions when posting their assignments and were happy to help with any questions or concerns. Only problem would be the reliability of some sites like Pearson MML and Blackboard Learn as I have experienced many service outages throughout the semester.
Very good community college overall. The staff was overall very friendly and helpful. The overall learning experience is pretty decent there is a lot of resources to help if you are stuck and the professors are always happy to help.
I took one general psychology course online. It's difficult when the online program with the textbook doesn't line up with the material expected to know for the exams. It felt like two completely different courses.
I had one professor for all of my classes and only took online due to covid. My one professor was one of the only good ones. It was overall as good as it could get on such short notice and not being able to plan things.
This school is honestly the worst school I’ve ever had an interaction with. The Financial aid staff is extremely hard to reach and takes weeks to get back. I had to leave about 15 voicemails and 20 emails to even get a reply. And when they do reply they are zero help. They have no organization. Overall DO NOT recommend going here. You definitely get what you pay for. Just spend the extra money and go somewhere worth your time and money. Because this school is not worth even $100 to go to. The professors are a hit or miss. Mostly miss.
Although the school is a 40-minute drive for me, I feel completely at home when I am there. Everyone that I have met so far throughout my time there, both faculty and students, have been so kind and helpful. After struggling to find my perfect match when it came to a college and career path, I am so thankful to be a student at LCCC pursuing my education in dental hygiene.
I take all my classes online, the great thing about it is how flexible they are. No exact log in times, which makes my life easier and stress free so I can easily get my work done and on time.
Very flexible and great college! This school has really helped me with my flexible schedule. Im 19, work third shift full time at a warehouse and I've been able to easily get my work done, and don't feel stressed about it.
Online professors lack communication and do little to no work, you are given a to-do list and if you miss a due date, you can never make it up.
The guidance counselors and security officers are very nice people, but the financial aid offices are terrible. The campus itself is nice, and most of the professors are very nice people, except for the select few who make students feel uncomfortable.