MacCormac is a private college located in Chicago, Illinois. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 183 undergraduate students. The MacCormac acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Paralegal, Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration, and Business. Graduating 13% of students, MacCormac alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,000.
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I like how MacCormac College, is a small college that is determined on helping their students succeeds in outside of the college. The college allows for students to come and learn, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender or sex. Their only focus is to the students and providing an atmosphere that allows students to excel in. The college allows the small class sizes to work for the students. Smaller classrooms allows for students to not be as shy with asking questions they couldn’t ask in classroom with the depth of 100 – 200 students. It also allows students to build good relationships with students and faculty alike.
What I liked about MacCormac College was the community. The students, staff, and professors were all amazing. All the professors were very experienced and knowledgeable in their respected fields. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The students are what make the school great, the diversity and the community.
For the most part, I adore how small this college is. I found it easier to learn from a student to teacher ratio of about 15:1. The courses were well in depth and the online classes made it possible to get my education while maintaining a full time job. The main concerns I had with the school were how often faculty were rotated in and out, how difficult it was for me to get in contact with the directors of the field of study, and how uninformed I was of clubs and other activities offered.