Student & Graduate Reviews
undisclosed 2003 graduate - 9/21/2016
Degree: Liberal Arts
Graduation Year: 2003
"This school has a reputation for being one of the better community/junior colleges in the New York Metro Area, and I believe that to be so based on my other collegiate experiences. R.C.C. has professors that are as proficient as those at the research institute in which I completed my Master's. I suggest community college to any young student who is undecided as to their career ambitions, and who wants to save money on their first two years of post-secondary studies. R.C.C. had a great array of general courses to choose from. I learned, in more substantive detail, what my skills and interests are. The greatest caveat is of course the fact that an Associate's just does not help you get a decent job, unless you have a defined specialization in a utility or paraprofessional field. Liberal arts grads must go on to more education, or else the two years at R.C.C. will be a waste of time and money. So, in short, R.C.C. is a good place to start, but it is sort of like the minor leagues for the greater schools in the area. Granted, it's a community college, so that's all they are trying to be."