Pamlico is a public college located in Grantsboro, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 161 undergraduate students. The Pamlico acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business, Plumbing, and Electrician. Graduating 65% of students, Pamlico alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,600.
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It has great teachers and it is affordable. I am in the Neurodiagnostics program and I have learned a lot. It is an online program, however, you are better off if you are local.
The instructors are actively involved with their students. You can contact them anytime, either by phone, email or you go to their office. The class registration is quick and easy. Your advisor does everything they can to help you graduate as soon as possible and recommend appropriate courses.
The campus has multiple computer labs. The computer is the latest or top of the line but they work pretty good. You can complete most if not all of your assignments on the any computer at the college without the need of extra software. While printing anything school related is free you do have to ten cent for printing anything thats not school related. The network is very stable is up and running 99% of the time and pretty fast. The school does offer free wifi for those who want to bring their own computer. The downside however the wifi is somewhat slow and can have problems from time to time.