|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Anne Arundel Community College Students||4%||45%||41%||14%||1%||1%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||0%|
These schools are similar to Anne Arundel Community College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I had a very good math teacher. She got me through all the way to college-level math. Math isn't my strong suit but she made it happen!
As it is a community college, tuition and other fees are comparably affordable. There is the occasional bad professor, but that's going to be the case with any school. Support staff (Financial office, records office, etc) is generally quick to respond and correct issues. AACC also offers a lot of non-accredited courses and clubs, in addition to frequent events designed to help students further their career opportunities and/or be a positive force in the community.
The few bad professors myself and my friends have encountered are unfortunately tenured, and this makes it difficult to remedy the situation when you are receiving a subpar education from one of the said professors. I imagine this is not an AACC-specific problem, however.
Excellent professors, lots of free resources for students
Not many food options other than Chickfila.
It is a great affordable place to go. Really good if you want to go to a 4 year, you can attend here for 2 years and then transfer your credits to the 4 years of your choice.
This is the first college I have attended so I do not have much to compare my experiences with however I would say that the program content is very good. However I would do research on your teachers before entering your more advanced classes because some teachers do not care if you pass or not. The school gets your money either way and if you fail then they get it twice. The buildings are all in good condition and they have a few tutoring centers you can walk into that are very helpful.
Just be aware of what classes you need to take and when. Sometimes the required courses can get a little confusing.