Manchester CC - New Hampshire is an above-average public college located in Manchester, New Hampshire. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 812 undergraduate students. The Manchester CC - New Hampshire acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician, Nursing, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Graduating 35% of students, Manchester CC - New Hampshire alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,700.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.18 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.14 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.14 responses
Most Popular Majors
HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician50 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities31 Graduates
Business Administration and Management29 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician24 Graduates
Kinesiology and Exercise Science18 Graduates
Early Childhood Education17 Graduates
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Manchester Community College - New Hampshire Reviews
The college has offered me a structure to continue my education after over twenty years of being a housewife and mother. The diversity here is amazing as well as many programs and clubs offered for the student, online and on campus alike. Patricia Bedford is amazing with helping new students achieve the registration as well as encouragement to continue your education further throughout the years here and beyond. Don't hesitate to use this gem of a resource for a more budgeted academia if needed to progress through to your Bachelor's Degree by starting on your Associates or a Certification Program to bulk up your resume.
I am at the tail end of my second semester at MCC-- I am transferring after my finals in May. I have taken Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Applied Math, and Statistics. The math courses are online and I found the set up easy to understand and follow. The A&P courses are hybrid-- the majority of the work is submitted online, including weekly quizzes, and the class meets on Saturdays for lab or practicals. I am a sucker for anything education so I have no complaints in this department. However, if I had to choose one thing that concerned me it would be the following: my statistics homework has to be submitted in Microsoft Word and Excel documents by Sunday at midnight, and since I have a Mac at home I use the school library on Saturdays after my A&P class. Twice now the internet has been down and I have been told that IT is not available on the weekend and the internet will not be fixed until Monday at the earliest. Very inconvenient. Thank goodness I always have a backup plan!!
I transferred to MCC after a year at SNHU. I just have to say that MCC has a lot it could still work one. The basics would be better employs in the library and when it comes time to register for classes. Security could be improved because I never see anyone walking around to make sure everyone is safe. There is a lack of evening classes so it will be mostly online if you're an evening student. Or you will have to take 2 classes per semester which will be very slow. Needs a lot of improvement. Many events happen in school, but word does not spread around and students are sometimes unaware of things happening. Also communication needs to be better between staff because one member will say something different than member number two. I can't wait to graduate and go to a four year college.