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Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Nursing Program is ExcellenQuite BrightNursing
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Nursing Program is Excellent. I attended both the LPN and RN programs in which I graduated from both programs. The Director of Nursing and her faculty are awesome at what they do as instructors and the guidance they provide to their students. They are always available to help, tutor and provide any assistance in helping their students succeed.

There are students who enroll into the nursing program and expect the degree to be handed to them instead of having to work for it. Some students have bullied the faculty and have been disrespectful. Being able to occupy a seat within this nursing program is a privilege. To be a nurse, one has to work hard to gain the education and experience to do so. RCCC and its nursing faculty are the best that is out there.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Education Quality: A+,
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I went to RCCC for my first two years of gen ed requirements. I graduated wit a 4.0 GPA and applied to UNC-Charlotte for psychology. I was easily accepted and will be attending in the fall! Thanks RCCC for the great foundation!
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I am originally from Charlotte, NC, and it was my plan all along to go to community college for the first two years. I was homeschooled and did dual enrollment at CPCC for my first class. After that I switched to RCCC and liked it much better. I found all the faculty at RCCC to be very helpful and friendly. It felt much more relaxed and enjoyable when interacting with staff. I felt so much more at home.

I spent all but one of my classes at the south campus. It's very small but I love that, I think it makes it endearing. I loved most of my professors, some more than others, but found my experience at RCCC to be a great one.

I did not know what to expect from the coursework entirely, because you hear a lot of things when it comes to community colleges. However, my experience was not a breeze, but was manageable as well. I was challenged in at least one way in all my classes. I think it really prepared me for a four year university and I am so grateful for my time at this school. Not to mention, as a gay female attending this small and stereotypically "country" school, I was always accepted and can count on one hand the bad experiences regarding my sexuality, and none of them were even directed at me personally, they were things overheard or said in class. I am very proud of RCCC and to call it my school! It gave me a great foundation and I am so thankful to have attended.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2012
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Campus Aesthetics: C
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