Martin is a public college located in Williamston Township, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 278 undergraduate students. The Martin acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Early Childhood Education, and Physical Therapy Technician. Graduating 18% of students, Martin alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,700.
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Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities46 Graduates
Early Childhood Education19 Graduates
Physical Therapy Technician13 Graduates
Instrumentation Technician11 Graduates
Dental Assisting9 Graduates
Equine Studies9 Graduates
Medical Office Management8 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics3 Graduates
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Martin Community College Reviews
Martin inspired me to transfer and move altogether, that's what I feel about them. I had no problems with the course work or teachers, my work has been online so far. But my second semester I requested to stay in all online courses because that is how much the upper staff has pissed me off and thats how much I don't want to physically go. People tell you one thing just to find out its something else and you're the one running around, every time I visit somebody don't know what they are doing. Very unwelcoming for me and I notice the unprofessionalism and snobbish air. The counselors are nice but sometimes seem out of the loop, maybe overworked. I don't recommend and won't be here much longer myself.
Good college for low income students. Offers cosmetology and horse studies. Professors are kind and willing to help struggling students. Good GED and senior classes course for any continuing education needs.
The academic experience has been alright so far. Some teachers are more flexibility as far as getting work together for yheir students. While others, have a hard time dealing with online classes and in class work. It should be the job to make sure that not only the students in their class get work to do but also the students that are online have work assigned to them. That was the only thing that I can say that one of my teachers lacked.