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Monroe Community College

Rochester, NY

  • 2-year, Public
  • 4,089 Freshman Class
  • $16,172 (in-state), $19,312 (out-of-state)
  • 17,296 Total Students

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Monroe Community College Contact Information

1000 E Henrietta Rd
Rochester,NY 14623
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S. C.
C. H.
January 27, 2010

What kind of person should attend this school?Someone who is hungry for knowledge,but doesn’t want to become over come with life on the Universities,someone who needs that xtra help that would help instill the study habits needed to succeed and move on the a 4yr school.Someone who may be restarting his or her career over or may be just beginning,or theat Grand Parent looking to make a change.This College has the big College support within the small Community feel.,What kind of person shouldn’t attend this school?If the student is looking possibly be Ivy league,wouldn’t be happy at a Community College.

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K. G.
January 26, 2010

What is your school best known for?My school is best known for it’s undergraduate psychology department. It has so many great psychology classes and a psychology club. It also has the widest assorment of classes I have ever seen, but I think that is expected of community colleges. Most of the teachers are great and down to earth people. I can’t say I’ve had a bad teacher in my two years of attending the school.,What do you wish you had known before you came to this school?I wish that I knew how great the teachers were at this school before I attended. I was afraid that since it was a community college, that all the teachers wouldn’t care and wouldn’t be as good as teachers at a four-year school. But I have found that most of these teachers cared more than most of my high school teacher. They are just wonderful.

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K. C.
January 26, 2010

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?The worst thing about my school is that my particular major’s classes a scattered throughout the campus because out school is to small.,What do you wish you had known before you came to this school?I think my school is a great school to get started in.  The only thing I wish I had known before hand is how difficult the parking sitution was.

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J. D.
January 25, 2010

What do you consider the best thing about your school? Why?The best thing about my school would mosy likely be the fact that for being a community college, it has so much to offer. I think this is the best because then students looking into all sorts of different programs can come here, and start their education while trying to find a 4 year school that they can transfer to that would be perfect for them.,What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?The worst thing about my school would probably be that some of the rooms that we have classes in havn’t been well kept, they seem to be fairly old and worn out compared to some of the other parts of the school.

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E. I.
January 24, 2010

Describe your school in one sentence.It is a big school, but there are many unique and interesting classes to take so you don’t get bored with your standard classes.,What kind of person should attend this school?This school is fit for almost every one, but it is a very big one.

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