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| I attend NYCCT and the education isn't really bad i actually liked my professors my problem is just the school. There is no campus it feels like high school because theres just different buildings all over the place the Namm building is the main building and the bathrooms are so old and dirty. the cafeteria has been closed for over a year now and still isn't fixed theres no Wifi in the building only for laptops. You have to walk like 3 blocks just to get to the V building and although there fixing that building the inside looks terrible it doesn't even look like a school. theres no social activities for the students to participate in. Its so boring I hate it!!! They do offer a lot of majors more than any other CUNY 4 year school. it's just BLAND so if your into just going to school and leaving not socializing then sure some here if not you probably wont be happy |
|Aug 28 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2014 |
Another person said before the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department is "crappy" and I agree. I will try to explain why as I focus my review on this department. |
Prior to applying, prospect students are led to believe they will be "provided with ample of hands-on experience in [..] well-equipped laboratories". In reality, most of the equipment is very old and the students hardly ever experiment with them (if ever). The department does have plenty of computers, but internet access is shamefully blocked on all of them.
The education here is so-so. Oftentimes, the professors are not proficient in the subjects they teach.
The professors produce very little inspirational work and what can you expect from the students? There are many abandoned rusting projects laying around and present work-in-progress with little possibility of becoming functional.
The students are commonly disoriented and the staff do not offer much aside from a long-promised "4 year degree". No internships, worthy advice or anything.
ConclusionWhile I would not recommend this program to anybody, some people may actually benefit from it especially those with very little preparation in the past. The material is introductory at best and it's not difficult to get good grades.
|Mar 12 2010|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2010 |
| Okay, this will be a neutral comment. I was going to attend classes here but because the faculty (in the transfer student unit/recruiment unit to be specific) wasn't really helpful and they kept giving me the "runaround" I decided to switch schools and attend BMCC. (I'm doing a career switch; I have my BBA from Baruch and I need to take science-based classess to get into the several nursing programs) Although they were very nice, half of them didn't know how to answer my questions and I found myself going to school after work, everyday just so I can meet with a different person to help me but overall the experience wasn't great. I'm not going to recall any names but this one guy who keep telling me to come back the next day to meet with him and another person, wouldn't bother show up that day and that's not fair to me. And I don't know if they are just stressed out and overwhelm but despite their negative feelings, they need to be more professional. We, as students, are paying tuition out of our pockets and we deserve much better customer service. It's so funny how the faculty can't help you in anything yet they always remember to send your tuition bill like five times, even after you paid. But I dropped my class and I am going to get a refund. I'm not gonna bother attend this school when the faculty (in the transfer student/recruitment unit" don't know how to help people. Remember, I'm not trying to diss the school; this is my experience. Hopefully, your wouls be better. Thanks. |
|May 13 2008|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2009 |