Wake Technical Community College Reviews
- Raleigh (NC)
- Annual Tuition: $8,912
100% 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: 5/15/2023
- Degree: Laboratory Technician
- Graduation Year: 2023
"When will they enable reviews to leave zero stars? This place was a JOKE. I took Central Sterile Processing online with 2 in person classes. The "professor" never answered questions, never replied to emails, the homework questions were literally just copied chapter outlines, and she actually said our 1st class, "I almost cancelled bc Im too busy." Like we arent. I dont know why she didnt cancel class, there was nothing spectacular she divulged therein. Its a month after class has ended and I still dont have a grade, which you need to have to be able to print your certificate of completion, without which you cant take the official industry wide exam to be licensed. They only offer the exams a couple times a year, and thanks to her, Ive missed the exam deadline. Her boss also doesnt answer emails or calls. You may as well just buy the book, teach yourself, (you will anyway) and google the industry exam info. Save yourself money and frustration."
- Reviewed: 3/18/2017
- Degree: Accounting
- Graduation Year: 2017
"I am originally from Ukraine, and have my Masters in Finance degree from there. I moved to United States in 2010, and wanted to pursue my career in accounting, and then obtain my CPA license. I was accepted to Masters of Accounting program with North Carolina State University. However, having all of my educational credentials in Ukraine, I had to have 8 pre-requisite courses done before starting my Masters program. I did some research and asked my friends about the best college to go and get these courses completed. And everybody recommended me Wake Technical Community college located in Raleigh, North Carolina. I heard many good things about this college, such as: great quality of education; student engagement; network opportunity; employment opportunity, huge variety of areas of study, etc. So, I decided to enroll in January of 2016 and am still a student there currently. I am graduating in May of this year (completing my last three courses). Wake Technical Community college is a great place to go and obtain profound knowledge in many different areas of business: from finance and IT to cupcake baking courses. I am honored to be a Wake Tech student due to it gave me broad knowledge in accounting, gave me an opportunity to meet interesting people and exchange contact information with them, and I might have potential job opportunity due to attending job fair provided by Wake Tech at Main Campus next week (March 22nd 2017). Teachers of Wake Tech care about you, and want you to succeed. I strongly recommend Wake Technical Community college!"
- Reviewed: 8/5/2014
- Degree: Biology
- Graduation Year: 2015
"My experience at Wake Tech Community College has been grand. It has been difficult in terms of balancing school and work, but the majority of my professors understood my situation and tried their best to help me and make it easier for me to handle both. Wake Tech is a great school for students that want to save money, to go to a University. In my case, I am in the transfer program and Wake Tech is preparing me to transfer to a Bigger school."