It is a good campus. the only problem is it is not what you see is what you get. If you see people sitting on the grass in pi...
It is a good campus. the only problem is it is not what you see is what you get. If you see people sitting on the grass in pictures, laughing and talking and studying. Then you come to the campus and you won't see people sitting on the grass. You barely see people, except when they are walking. The professors are kind and marry. They have good means. It's just the pictures isn't the same as the real think.
Cumberland County College is a good choice for a community college. It is a nice transition from high school to college becau...
Cumberland County College is a good choice for a community college. It is a nice transition from high school to college because it's a little different than high school, but not an extreme change because the classes are simple and easy going. I think that the only negative thing about this school is that the credits don't always transfer.
Cumberland County College is a small, but resourceful community college. I recommend this college for people majoring in fine...
Cumberland County College is a small, but resourceful community college. I recommend this college for people majoring in fine and performing arts. They have an excellent ESL/ Foreign language department. They offer courses in Spanish, French, and Italian. Also, I recommend this college for any science majors. The Science department staff is made up of some outstanding professors. Class size is usually 15 to 30 people. The professors I have found to be competent, knowledgeable, and easy to contact. The main reason to come here is affordability. Why do 2-years at Rutgers or Princeton when you can do the same courses at Cumberland for less?
CCC isn't as bad of a school that people make it seem. The course schedules are easy to work around if you have a job and the...
CCC isn't as bad of a school that people make it seem. The course schedules are easy to work around if you have a job and there's plenty of space to have fun or study. The staff are helpful if you reach out to them. Professors are pretty laid back regardless of your major but that's because they want you to understand the material first before giving an exam. There's many events throughout the year, sometimes free, too! I've had fun here and I'm glad I went to a community college before a university.
Cumberland County College is a great route to go on in one's academic career because it serves as a segue into a four year un...
Cumberland County College is a great route to go on in one's academic career because it serves as a segue into a four year university. Most students here choose to do that because it's far cheaper (thousands of dollars cheaper) to attend CCC for two years, obtain your Associate's, then move on to your Bachelor's. Another aspect about CCC is that your credits usually transfer seamlessly with universities in NJ such as Rowan, Rutgers, etc. Overall, Cumberland County College is a great college to attend. Most of the teachers are passionate about their work, there's plenty of clubs to immerse yourself in, and your wallet won't beg you to put it out of its misery!
The college really isn't too bad. The surrounding area isn't the greatest. Although, there are plenty of food choices and a m...
The college really isn't too bad. The surrounding area isn't the greatest. Although, there are plenty of food choices and a mall. Public transportation is great, drops you off practically at the door. The cafeteria food is pretty good, but the cafeteria itself is on the small side. The professors, for the most part, are all really nice. I've yet to run into one who wasn't, and I've been here for two years. The campus is always clean, and well maintained. The list of majors I feel is lacking, but it is a community college.
Cumberland County College is best known for their committment from professors who care. CCC is known for its professors who ...
Cumberland County College is best known for their committment from professors who care. CCC is known for its professors who are more than willing to help you learn so that what you learn sticks with you forever. The professors teach valuable knowledge that will help when in the field of work.
If I could go back in time to my senior year of high school, I would have told myself one thing, "knowledge is power, because he who knows has the power." Knowing what I know now about college I would have done more in high school to prepare myself. I would tell myself to take all the oppurtunities while I have many chances because college life does not give you second chances. I would have pushed myself to take harder courses and challenged myself in a intellectual and personal way because the risk of making bad choices in college have far greater expenses. In college everything is competitive, and the more knowledge you have the more prepared you are. I would have told myself this after every bad grade i made to ensure I would try harder next time. I would have told myself this after every bad choice i made so I would learn from it and used it as experience to know what to do next time. In college their is no room for mistakes or failing grades every grade and choice counts. The more knowledge you have about yourself and your studies the farther you can soar.
The kind of person who shouldn't attend Cumberland County College is anyone who does not want a bright future. This college is not for a person who is afraid of achievement or personal growth. Cumberland County College is not for a person who does not want to build friendships, earn an rewarding education,or gain knowledge from caring professors. This college is not for anyone who lacks self discovery or is not willing to try their best to succeed and take the oppurtunities available.
Easy way to earn your 64/67 credits without spending a fortune on 4 year schools.
Easy way to earn your 64/67 credits without spending a fortune on 4 year schools.
My classmates are very laid back and studious kids.
One of the biggest things was that i was not used to having to do everything on my own. In highschool teachers push you to your best ability but in college you push yourself to your best abiity. Every choice you make goes against you. if i could go back to my senior yeard I would have researched more about what i wanted to do.
I find what's unique about Cumberland County College is that it is a two year community college, but has 4,000 students atten...
I find what's unique about Cumberland County College is that it is a two year community college, but has 4,000 students attending. Many community colleges are much smaller and I believe that by going to school with that many students it will make the transfer process easier. It will be easier because I will not be completely thrown into a new siutation with thousands of students. Cumberland County College is already bigger than some four year schools so it will be an easier process when it is time to tranfer out.
If I could go back and talk to myself as a high school senior I would have told myself to go away to a four year school. Staying at home has been nice the past two years but I feel as though I am not as independent as I should be. If I had gone away I would be on my own to make my own decisions. Also, by staying at home the past two years I am now finding out transferring is not as easy as I thought it would be. If I could tell myself to go away to school because the classes would not transfer, therefore prolonging my time seeking a bachelor's degree, I would surely do it. As a high school senior one does not realize the importance of the decision between going to a two year or four year school. As a high school senior I was on the fence about going away, and if I could go back and tell myself to go away, I would do it in a heart beat.
Before I had come to Cumberland County College I wish that I had known not many of my classes would transfer when it is time to graduate. As I am preparing to graduate, some of my classes are not transferring to four year schools which means I will have to re-take them there. That is unfortunately going to make my education process take longer and cost more money.
If I were a high school senior, I would have a lot to tell myself about the college life. I go to my alma mater every year a...
If I were a high school senior, I would have a lot to tell myself about the college life. I go to my alma mater every year and do this. I would talk about how important it is to take advantage of the free education that is offered in public schools. College isn't free unless you have a scholarship or financial aid to cover costs. When you do have aid to help cover costs, you have to work hard for it, it's not an easy job. It is important to apply to at least five colleges so that you can have more than one opttion. Obtaining the grades throughout your high school career and being involved in activities is critical to your college career. College is not like high school, you are around people that have the same goals as you, and that is to get their degree and be successful with it.
The best thing about CCC are the student to professor ratios. The classes are not too big so that you can get the attention that you need from the professor. I love the class sizes at CCC because it gives myself and other students the opportunity to have a one on one relationship with the professors in the classroom.
The most frustrating thing about CCC is the availability of the business classes. Most of the classes are either offered in the day or in the evening. I have a full time job and I have to keep changing my availability at work to accomodate my claases.
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