Nashua Community College Reviews
Nashua community college is very helpful with any and all questions you have. Very friendly environment to be apart of.
The teachers are exceptional at their jobs, and the staff is friendly. However the safety office is not good. 20% of safety officers here abuse their power and give violations to innocent people. Me and 5 other students recieved violations for speeding and parking after we provided proof that it wasnt us. All seperate instances and by the same two officers. I would not go here specifically because you wont be allowed to go if you dont pay your tickets, and they will give you tickets for absurd reasons.
A lot of the professors are very qualified to be teaching at higher level institutions, so it was very cool to be exposed to knowledgeable professors at a community college. The college actively puts forth an effort to try to get students to engage in certain activities and clubs by letting them advertise around the school and set up tables in the cafeteria area. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to participate in an internship which is part of the Capstone experience that I am going to be in come spring 2017. Overall, the school offers a decent diversity of classes, good options for balancing one's schedule outside of school (a lot of the students here are balancing other responsibilities outside of school such as a job), good professors, and a good overall community college experience.
It's a transfer - out school, so people are expected to go on to bigger and better universities!
First teacher was awful, but the class and students made up for it-- hopefully more positive teachers to come.
Their Dual enrollment and direct transfer programs are amazing, making an associates worth getting from NCC
So far the path doesn't seem very directed within the school, but on paper and for my future, it's fully applicable -- that's all that matters.
It is what it is --- A gateway to a University; a cheaper & more flexible way to achieve an Associates and a path to, say, UNH or Granite State.
Flexibility whether you choose day or evening.
As expected, classes can vary.
Helps set career in right direction.
Helpful professors if you're having trouble.
I would choose my school again, my long term plan is to transfer to a university and NCC provides transferable credits at lower fees.
There is some flexibility for classes, for example this semester worked great with my work schedule, but for the fall I need to change my work schedule to accommodate school.
I LOVE online courses. Being able to do the classwork and lectures at any time during the day or night is great for when you work hours that are not 7-3. The workload can sometime be hard but normally you have a full week to get things done, even if you only do a little each day. Registration online is simple. And easy peer to peer interaction via email and discussion boards.
I have had a great experience with the professors at this school. They are knowledgeable, easy to approach, friendly, and smart. The courses are challenging and I believe that I learned a lot from the classes I have taken and look forward to the rest.
The value of a degree from this school will let me be able to work in the career I am striving for.
Currently I am working on my prerequisites so I can be in my major, right now, I cannot answer this question. I am taking basic classes needed before the core classes are taken.
Some classes are flexible, some aren't. It's expected.
I had a couple of really awesome teachers, but even those teachers weren't that good at their job. One of my favorite teachers didnt teach me anything because he was too busy trying to be a cool guy and crack jokes instead of teaching the course.