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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.43 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.38 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.38 responses
Most Popular Majors
Biological and Physical Sciences423 Graduates
Nursing Assistant232 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities125 Graduates
Business Administration and Management122 Graduates
Emergency Care Attendant (EMT)79 Graduates
Fire Science and Fire Fighting63 Graduates
Child Care Provider49 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics42 Graduates
Business Support Services36 Graduates
Instrumentation Technician36 Graduates
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McHenry County College Reviews
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I had a great experience at McHenry County college! After my high school completion, I had no idea what I wanted to study. Since I did not have the financial means to go to a 4-year university after graduation, I decided to attend my community college. McHenry County College(MCC) was able to help my personal and educational growth. The majority of the faculty wants the students to strive in their educational goals. I was presented with many opportunities at MCC. I worked on campus and did a lot of volunteer work through the school. Additionally, the school helped me create a vision of who I wanted to become. I saved money taking general requirements before deciding where I wanted to transfer to complete my Bachelor's degree. I'm happy with the decision I made. :)
I was at McHenry County college for two years. The professors at community colleges are exactly the same you would find at a four year, no more or less compotent. The tuition was under $2,000 for me to take a full course load and buy all my books. I highly suggest anyone who is looking to complete a four year degree to first start off at MCC to save yourself $30,000 on gen eds!
It's the perfect school for anyone who's not quite ready to take on the big 4-year university setting or are going back to school after some time. I love the Student Life offices, there's always something new going on each day! I really enjoyed my professors, they came to class everyday with a clear and new objective of teaching.