Texas City, TX
College of the Mainland


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Recent Reviews

Stephanie
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall great college to attend

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall great college to attend

Allison
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It's a small community college that gets the job done. I am in dual credit so I don't have a valid review but a few of my fri...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's a small community college that gets the job done. I am in dual credit so I don't have a valid review but a few of my friends and family members go there and think its a great campus. I don't think they have a cafeteria, or sororities (because it's a community college after-all). I know for a fact though that anyone can join their band program and have a gym membership there, even if they aren't a student there.

Desiree
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College of the Mainland is a great and well-known community college. They have good professors who will work with you, great ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

College of the Mainland is a great and well-known community college. They have good professors who will work with you, great activities during the week during college hour, and great classes that transfer (depending on University). The staff is very friendly and very helpful. There is not one downside to College of the Mainland that I can think of. College of the Mainland has given me the opportunity to better myself as an individual and I thank them for it.

brittanie
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It’s a great campus to be on and all the people are great to be around. The professors are great to communicate with. Most of...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It’s a great campus to be on and all the people are great to be around. The professors are great to communicate with. Most of our fellow peers ar great to be around. It’s always a happy atmosphere. There are always great events to go to that provide free food.

Robyne
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COM is a great two -year college to get started at! It is nowhere near as expensive as major universities and is a great plac...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

COM is a great two -year college to get started at! It is nowhere near as expensive as major universities and is a great place to get the basics done at a significantly lower cost. Attending COM is nowhere near as stressful as jumping straight into a four-year university, but gets you prepped for transfer, if that is what you decide on doing.

Susanne
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In the time I have been at College of the Mainland, I have learned to become a social bug. I kept to myself and just attended...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

In the time I have been at College of the Mainland, I have learned to become a social bug. I kept to myself and just attended my classes when I first started college. However, I am an active student on campus. The professors are great, and they are the reason I am such an active student. The Student Life department is very supportive of student activities, and they will help guide you through the campus policies or any questions you have. Only down side is that the food is not very good, but they are changing vendors this upcoming semester!

shiloh
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would go back in time to tell my past self that there is so much more than going day to day hoping that life would get bett...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would go back in time to tell my past self that there is so much more than going day to day hoping that life would get better. Once college began I realized that each day that I woke up for class was a better day because not only was I getting a better education but also I was able to breathe another day of life!

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

The school is really well rounded. They tend to try their best to get their job done as quickly as possible while still providing for the students as well as possible.

Michelle
Here's your chance: Say anything about your college!

The most unique aspects of College of the Mainland are the many resources provided by this campus. College of the Mainland fa...

Here's your chance: Say anything about your college!

The most unique aspects of College of the Mainland are the many resources provided by this campus. College of the Mainland facilitates a wide variety of people seeking higher education. From their Veteran Affairs program to their collegiate high school program as well as their child care program, College of the Mainland attempts to provide many avenues to success for their students. Their dedication to providing every opportunitiy for educational, professional, and personal betterment is unmatched by any other two-year colleges.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

Before attending College of the Mainland I wish I had known of the many resources and opportunities available to me through this college. I would have attended much earlier if I had known how helpful and kind the faculty and my fellow college students are. Finally, I would have benefitted from knowing about my college’s honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, especially knowing of the many opportunities for leadership and intellectual fellowship that is professionally demonstrated by the exceptional Sigma Delta chapter.

carolyn
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

My college experience has been a very positive one. I was a homemaker for many years and when I needed to return to work I di...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

My college experience has been a very positive one. I was a homemaker for many years and when I needed to return to work I discovered without a recent college degree it was impossible for me to support myself living in the Pacific Northwest. I was very scared, since I have not been to college for than 20 years, but I started talking online classes from Clark College, Vancouver, WA. Soon, my confidences begin to rise. I took two quarters of online courses. This summer, 2010, I went to full time at Clark on campus and online. I’m planning to transfer the summer of 2011 to a four year college. My future seems a lot brighter, knowing I can earn my bachelors degree.

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  • 3,995
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $2,973
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