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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.42 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.41 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.41 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities471 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science99 Graduates
Business Administration and Management68 Graduates
Occupational Therapist Assistant25 Graduates
Tourism and Travel Services Management22 Graduates
Computer and Information Systems Security20 Graduates
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SUNY Rockland Community College Reviews
This is my second year of RCC and It's been a great journey! Especially if you are in the honors program, you connect with amazing professors that engage students to learn. I believe that RCC was the best choice before enrolling to a four-year school. It has prepared me well enough for the future. I have met great peers that want to succeed. The school has given me great opportunities such as internships and academic work!
So far as an online student the college does not seem to have a handle on how to function without having you directly in the area to stop by at any moment. I had to drive across the state to take the entry test, when contacting the book store they were not very polite or helpful over the phone nor did they seem to understand that as an online student I wasn't available to just up and walk in to get my books or ask questions in person. I am hoping once the classes fully start for the year that everything will be better however I am now skeptical if that is possible.
This community college offers SUNY courses and credits which are transferrable to any SUNY school and accepted at many others. This is a very affordable option for an associates or the first two years towards a bachelors. They have a very wide variety of majors and there are evening and weekend classes, which allowed me to work full time while being a full time student. I am really glad that I live so close by. There are no Dorms although I hear that they plan on building some soon.