Naugatuck Valley Community College Reviews
- Waterbury (CT)
- Annual Tuition: $13,468
0% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 8/9/2021
- Degree: Liberal Arts
- Graduation Year: 2018
"Clueless advisors, reps and faculty members that don't know how to respond to emails or answer phones. Their 2 year degrees take more than two years because they advise you poorly on scheduling classes. This school tried dropping surprise tuition charges on my account and they tried negating my financial aid because their financial aid rules on the website are vague or they contradict their own rules and the CSCU rules for the whole state. If you send an appeal expect to be waiting weeks on end while playing phone tag or getting no answer, only for your appeal to be denied anyway. Now they've outsourced their admissions phone line to a call center, so I imagine it's only gotten worse. Also, they offer no meal plans and the food is overpriced. Save your money and effort and study somewhere else if you can."
- Reviewed: 2/7/2017
- Degree: Medical Office Administration
- Graduation Year: 2018
"I have enjoyed the courses that I have taken so far teachers and councilors have been very help full and have helped me keep my grades up. The administration helped me a lot with picking out the courses that I needed to finish my bachelors degree. My counselor has been very helpful by trying to contact me each week to make sure I am still doing okay. They also have been good at helping me pick out courses to do together that will not overwhelm me. I have an english course coming up and my english and math are two places that i am really going to have to work on since i got pregnant and dropped out of schooll at the age of 16."
- Reviewed: 7/23/2013
- Degree: Vocational
- Graduation Year: 2012
"Tell us about your college experience.It felt very much like high school due to the absence of dormitories and lack of multiple buildings. However it was a good fit for me because there was less distraction stopping me from proceeding to get my degree because most students that attended did not participate in extracurricular activities.Would you get the same degree if you could start over?No, I would have committed another semester to qualify for the environmental science degree so I could broaden my horizon. An associates degree can only get you so far.What advice can you offer other students?Take the time to go to a four year school and get your bachelors degree. It is worth the investment if you want to pursue a job in a field that interests you."