Atlantic Cape Community College Reviews
- Mays Landing (NJ)
- Annual Tuition: $8,238
100% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
25% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 10/3/2021
- Degree: Communications
- Graduation Year: 2021
"Unprofessional financial aid office made my experience one star. Would not recommend this school to anyone. Unfortunately, I have to write a minimum amount of characters here but I don’t want to get into extensive detail. I’ll just say they have little knowledge about the needs of people with mental disabilities."
- Reviewed: 3/13/2019
- Degree: Information Technology
- Graduation Year: 2017
"First off the teachers are great.The financial aid and other services were terrible. They are rude and not at all knowledgeable.They act like they are doing you a favor by attending. I wish I had the lady's name that was on the phone so rude I was so afraid to ask a question that I hung up the way she answered the phone and they put their problems on the student every time i went for help;.The staff is less then a 1 star but that is what i had to give. The financial aid office is the worst Like i said the teachers are amazing and very helpful. I am so glad I am not dealing with that school anymore,"
- Reviewed: 8/18/2014
- Degree: Medical Assistant
- Graduation Year: 2014
"Atlantic Cape Community College was a great school to attend! I learned numerous things about the medical filed. The classes and the hands-on-training helped prepare me for my externship. Although, there was still quite a bit to learn (OJT), I enjoyed working with a team of professionals who didn't mind instructing me! This was the best school to obtain an enormous amount of knowledge from in a short period of time! I would strongly recommend people attend this school if they desire to be a Medical Assistant!"
- Reviewed: 8/1/2014
- Degree: Communications
- Graduation Year: 2013
"I really enjoyed my program. Communication Studies. The Media teachers at Atlantic Cape Community College really knew what they were talking about, were helpful and just as knowledgeable as any 4 year school professor. The biggest issue I had at Atlantic Cape was the lack of communication from the counseling office. Every semester they seemed to drop my classes, not inform me properly of what classes to take in order to graduate on time and they were difficult to contact. I would recommend this school if you know ahead of time what you need to do to graduate, or know someone who had already graduated who could help you. The Communications department alone was a huge help for me now though."