Norwalk Community College Reviews
I love it, the teachers are helpful, the campus is nice, the student body is diverse, and they do their best to set you up for success.
Norwalk Community College is a good school. I only attended as a part-time student. You will have to walk a lot but during my time here I always felt safe. There are serval security officers throughout the campus. If you have late classes like I did security is more than happy to walk you to your car. There are 2 campuses an East and West campus. Located in each is a cafe for you to get food, sit, read and study. Each campus also has tables and chairs for students to meet and study. Overall this is a good school to go to I have been able to get a lot of classes and save money.
I started at 15 because I was homeschooled and the teachers and students were all so kind to me and very helpful. I had an amazing experience there.
At Norwalk Community College, I like how everyone is very friendly and connected. The community makes the two years worth going. Also, you save more money compared to going to a university first!
More flexible night classes would be nice. Some professors are really resourceful. Overall a nice experience where I learned a lot.
Amazing community college. Professors are great. Courses offered are also great. They have a really amazing nursing course!
Very strong opionion about being here. It's helped me a lot being here. I have been to 2 other private, 4 year universities, but I was wasting money and unsure of what I wanted to do. Being here has cleared that up, helped me get a career (waaay more than the other schools) and actually helped me overall. My professors were amazing. I get the stigma around community colleges, but I'm glad I didn't let that get to me and I got this experience. Helps you get back on track- while saving money!
What I like about NCC is that it’s a off-campus college so there are no dorms or anything. There are a lot of things that should change about NCC, but I’ll keep it brief, more degree programs especially tech based, more credit certifications and better teaching styles and teach updated information!
I loved the closeness I felt from every classroom in Norwalk Community College. The rooms always feel personal and comfortable. The professors have a way of making everyone feel at home. With my determination and hard work, getting an A is easy and reasonable. The environment is a friendly one. There is plenty of help and resources for you if you're struggling. Everyone there wants to help you be the best version of yourself as possible. The friends I have made will last a life time. The education I've gotten so far will help strengthen my career while building character to myself. This school is the place for you if you like small environments that feel warm and safe. Norwalk Community College is an excellent community college and I am thankful for the experience I have had there thus far.
Norwalk has been the best school I have atended. Students and teachers all get along with each other and are willing to help you succeed.
This school is very small for a community college. There are two buildings that contain all the classrooms and offices and cafe's. It feels a bit cramped. There's only one library.
Great community college to get your feet off the ground. Don't know how trustworthy my review is as I am taking only one class there but it is very refreshing to have people from all sorts of different backgrounds and ages in the same class that I am in.
There is no challenge at NCC. All of the classes are generic and easy. There aren't a lot of options when it comes to English courses.
Very mature calm environment. Classes aren’t too big so it’s easy to get attention needed from professors. Classes are easy to register for. Professors are great.
I have learned a tremendous amount during my time here at NCC. All my professors are people who worked or have experience in their field of teaching. This institution also really cares about their students and provides access to many recourses. As much as the institution can provide and as much as the professors devote themselves to the students, It is the student's decision whether or not they wish to apply themselves in order to excel in their education. There are many students that just don't care. NCC should not be blamed for this, students must be held accountable for their own education. Furthermore, the benefits, in term of scholarships and financial aid this school awards is amazing. If the academic requirements are met and you are clearly a devoted student in good standing in this institution, then it will give you the money you need to earn your degree. Be smart. Save your money.
I loved the diversity amongst the students. Everyone was welcoming and there were no judgement. There were students probably in their mid 50s finally getting there associate degrees, students in high school like my sister going to school at night, students from different countries, ethnicities, gender identities accepted. The teachers were all very passionate about what they taught, most of which have books that they've written themselves or retired from very successful and high paying jobs. Well known people in their careers. The professors cared about their students, offered help and responded to all emails professionally. The teachers held everyone to high expectations but was very understanding and reasonable. Campus resources were excellent and student services like guidance counselors and academic helpers were also very professional and nice. Great atmosphere to start or continue your college education!
Norwalk is a good school and the professors are very helpful. The campus is nice and there are so many resources. The food isn’t bad and they have good places to eat nearby. They only problem is without the lack of dorms it is hard to create relationships with other students since almost everyone lives far away from each other and the only way you are able to meet people is through classes. It would also help if they created some sort of athletic department even simple club teams so that students could participate in.
I absolutely loved my my experience at Norwalk Community college, the professors are amazing and are very experienced in thier fields.
After taking some courses at NCC, Norwalk Community College, I heave learnt to appreciate how diverse, cheap, and kind this community college is. When i say cheap, i do not mean the facility is cheap, i meant that the tuition is cheap for the education you can get there. Most of the professors work in other "better" colleges such as UCONN and every single one of them has a professional background for the course they are teaching. You are getting the same professors you get at UCONN but for $4,000 less. The food on campus is also very cheap and honestly tastes a lot better then the UCONN campus meals. I visit both campuses a lot and you can tell they are very different at first glance, but they both have their own good and bad points.
The professors that they are able to get to teach are very good and make it easier to learn and understand the material that they are teaching you. It is a good place to go whether you are looking to get a degree from there or transfer out to another school once you are able to improve your grades and get into a better college. The counselors are very helpful and there are many different types of courses that you are able to choose from and different paths that you can take to accomplish your goal.