The classes that you will take at College of the Albemarle will benefit you for the rest of your life. You will not have to take stupid classes that there is no point in taking. I attended COA to get my basic general education before transferring to get my Bachelor's degree. The information I learned at COA can be applied to everyday life, not just college classes.
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COA was a great stepping stone on my journey to a four year college. It's affordable, convenient, and the teachers here really care for your progress.It has small class sizes which makes it great for the student to ask for help and participate in discussions.» Read More
I find College of the Albemarle creates a wonderful learning environment. All administrators are anxious to help students obtain their potential. I honestly feel ambitious for my next educational step from the influence of those on the COA- Elizabeth City campus.» Read More
I'm currently taking online classes here and they have seemed to be okay thus far. Only problem I had was with one professor who took at least two weeks at a time to respond to my emails but she should be gone now. This school is actually a love nicer, cleaner, and more helpful then I thought it would have actually been.» Read More
College of the Albemarle is a small school, but many different kind of people attend it. The teachers are really nice, and do everything they can to help you pass. The school may not be the biggest, but they teach you what you need to know to be prepared for the future.» Read More
College of the Albemarle is a great school for you if you have a family, are working full-time, or looking to save money in your first two years of college. COA has small classes, great teachers, and a host of other resources to help you successfully finish college. On a scale from 1 to 10, I would give College of the Albemarle an 8.» Read More