100% of students
It was a good experience for only taking online classes after the pandemic. I really enjoyed my professors, and they accepted all of my credits from high school dual enrollment as well as AP credits. I made a few friends, even though I did not attend too many campus events, but I still had a relatively good time attending!
Some of the professors did not know how to work with the online programs, and the response time on emails and calls differs from office to office so be wary.
I had a good experience attending this college. Most teachers were ready and available to help their students at any given time. Sports were very open and as long as you liked the sport, you could probably play. There are many spots you can study whether it be inside or outside the campus.
Nothing really. Everyone just does their own thing so just try to be open and ask questions when you need help. The gym is a hike if you are coming from class but it's walking distance.
I really love Sussex County Community college. I had to start at community college because of finances after the pandemic and I was not very happy about it to start. However, you have to go into college, no matter what college it is, with a positive attitude because the transition from high school to college is very difficult. The people, staff, teachers, and programs at Sussex County Community College have truly made my experience the best and it will be very bittersweet when I graduate this year. Anyone would be lucky t call Sussex County Community College their first home very close to home.
The only thing obviously I don't enjoy about community college is that there are no dorms. However, this is nowhere near a complaint. I knew going into this college that there would be no dorms because no community colleges have dorms. I have absolutely no other complaints about this school and I am so happy I started out here.