|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Wake Technical Community College Students||7%||33%||41%||27%||1%||4%||4%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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100% of students
The teachers and resources are amazing.
It’s not going to be like a university.
Wake Tech Community College allowed me to do college my way on my time and for that, I sincerely recommend them to anyone looking for a starting college experience.
Students should not expect it to be extremely flexible, as you still have to show up to class, whether virtually or in person. If you have asynchronous schooling, you still need to develop study habits to keep up with your workflow and keep your productivity sustainable.
Wake Tech Community College provides a low-key environment suited for those who would otherwise be overwhelmed by being thrust into the mainstream college atmosphere. It is not a school meant for those who thrive in large, stimulating environments, but for quieter people like myself, it can be a great start.
Wake Tech offers good quality courses with professors who (in my opinion) could be working at larger four-year institutions.
I liked the online onboarding experience as well as being able to enroll as a high school student so I can get ahead with my educational experience and decrease the overall cost of my education.
I didn’t enjoy the BlackBoard program which is somewhat difficult to use.
Wake Technical Community College is a really good college to get an associate's degree. It provides a variety of programs and has several campuses in several places so you don’t have to travel much, you can take classes on the campus closest to you!
Wake Tech is a nice place to be in. Adding to its wonderful quality of education, it has a very friendly atmosphere. Everyone is always happy to help!
Nothing really, it's a great school.