The Middle College at Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC) - Jamestown Reviews
Rating 4.13 out of 5 60 reviews
I have only taken classes online from this school. With that in mind, there are some options listed on this survey that I have not experienced yet. By default, I rated those options at average. Excluding that however, I have been able to really note the diversity that this school offers. The curriculum that is offered is presented in a very organized manner. Resources at the school also seem endless. There are many different ways to receive assistance for your academic life whether it may be the Student Success Center, your dedicated academic coach, an outlined program evaluation of what you need to complete, etc. While I was not able to experience or witness clubs or activities, they list a whole bunch of clubs with descriptions on what they are about. The teachers as well, are termendous at their job and I have a great deal of gratitude towards them. They really do a wonderful job by treating you as a human and are very understanding.
I love this school because of all the teachers and how friendly they are. The school is like a family.
I love the aviation department. It has met many of my son's needs and he loves his instructors. He has been able to excel in this department.
It is a great place to prepare you for college classes. The professors are a hit or miss but most of them are knowledgeable in their field.
My experience at the Early/Middle College at GTCC-Jamestown has been very rewarding. The chance to earn an Associate’s degree while completing my high school requirements was something I never thought was possible or something I could even do. Yet, here I am so close. I owe it to the amazing staff and teachers who always supported me and my fellow classmates. The smaller setting that this school provides makes it feel like a family and family is always there to support you, and I feel like they have.
This is my first year and I hope evevry think is well. I choose the Middle College Guilford Technical Community College I like small school
I attended as a freshman after high school and it was a great option for me. I did not get into the 4 year university that I wanted the first go round, and didn't want to waste any valuable time before re-applying as a transfer student. Teachers were great and did a fine job taking all classes to online when on campus studies were suspended because of the Corona Virus.
This May, I am graduating from Guilford Technical Community College with my Associate in Arts degree. Throughout my time at GTCC, I have met a great group of professors that truly care about the students and their success in school. From day one, I have felt welcomed and safe. The Jamestown campus is spacious, yet small enough to walk from class to class. I have had challenging classes, but the teachers and tutors were always readily available to help in any way possible. The campus is diverse with students from within the area and those who have come from outside the community. There are many clubs to encourage a number of interests held by the students. In all, the education and social aspects of the school make it a well-rounded perfect place for any student seeking to further their education.
I had some great experiences with teachers. I liked how accessible everything is. If you have any questions GTCC will find someone to help answer them!
GTCC is very affordable for the average, working class family. The staff and faculty are kind and exceptionally helpful at helping you meet your academic goals. The faculty do their best to not only help you succeed while you are at GTCC, but they also help you so that you will succeed after you graduate.
My first year at the Early Middle College at GTCC Jamestown was great. The class sizes were small, like promised and each student had the teachers undivided attention. The second and third year weren't as strong. The school started to take in more students and then the school received budgets cuts which meant three less students. These two factors resulted in larger classes, which meant the personal connections with teachers became weaker. in freshman year my classes had 16-20 students. The largest class I was in had 40 students in it, but the new average for the second and third years was 25-30. My final year has been going very well, but I also have a full college schedule that means that I do not have any high school classes anymore.
So far my time being at GTCC has been and great learning experience and a great way for me to learn and be prepared for the university level of college. I have met friends and great professors. I have exceeded in all my classes. The one and only thing I would like to see in the future of GTCC is having more of a sports choice. Even if it’s a rec team that would be better then no sports team.
I like the adversity with the classes and school. The teachers are easy going and fun to communicate with during the semester course. The program for this school advertise a lot of their programs to help you out. They also send out emails that help out a lot. What I would like to see changed, is the science programs. They are only offered on campus which could interfere with others experiences as myself who have no sitter for classes.
Small class size and individualized attention makes this a great school! Everyone is friendly and helpful.
I will go there on fall 2019 but I went there several times and all the people were nice and they help people a lot I feel safety there.
GTCC is a school that makes the academic journey interesting and worth it. They have all the resources a student needs in order to help him or her succeed. for instance, amazing teachers, tutoring center, recreational activities and the like.
For the time that I attended Guilford technical community college was a little rocky for me because I didn’t feel that the administration or teachers really cared for the students education. Although I was doing good there I didn’t like that it seemed more like teaching was for the money and nothing else. So I chose to look into another school where I felt comfortable and cared for and I found just that.