Martin is a public college located in Williamston Township, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 237 undergraduate students. The Martin acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Instrumentation Technician, and Physical Therapy Technician. Graduating 18% of students, Martin alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,900.
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Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities60 Graduates
Instrumentation Technician40 Graduates
Physical Therapy Technician17 Graduates
Dental Assisting13 Graduates
Medical Office Management12 Graduates
Early Childhood Education11 Graduates
HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician11 Graduates
Equine Studies7 Graduates
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I love Martin Community College and the staff that work there. It is an amazing community college with ridiculously small class sizes, which is awesome because it allows for more interaction between students and teachers. In addition, the campus cafe serves amazing food each and every day at reasonable prices!
My experience at Martin Community College is good. If you go the college I really recommend going to face-to-face classes, because that way you can get help one on one. The professors really help you and no matter how many times you go to them they do help you. If there was something I would like to see change at Martin Community College is honestly nothing, not every college is perfect and everyone has there own opinion but in my opinion I wouldn't change anything.
I like the fact that MCC is small enough to offer individualized help, but large enough to offer opportunities like the larger state colleges.