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Most Popular Majors
Precision Production30 Graduates
Intervention and Treatment Professions28 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities26 Graduates
Chemical Technician22 Graduates
Business Administration and Management19 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)18 Graduates
Foundations of Education11 Graduates
Industrial Production Technician9 Graduates
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Throughout high school and even after graduation, I dreaded the thought of attending a community college. There is a very well known stigma against community colleges. However, financially, I had no other choice but to attend Salem Community College. I graduated after studying liberal arts for two years to transfer to a four year college. Overall, my experience was thoroughly enjoyable. I had enlightening professors and always interacted with knowledgeable staff members. My classmates and I were mostly on the same path - the transfer to a four year college, so there was a sense of comradery on campus. The only thing I felt was absent for SCC, was the presence of on campus housing, even though it is a community college, that is one experience that I wanted. However, my general experience was good.
Salem Community College is an alright college. In my experience some teachers actually care about the students and the work put forth and other teachers could care less. The admission office is a little unorganized and the financial aid guy is rude.
This is a small community college which has a small selection of courses, but offers more one to one than others.