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Dutchess Community College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

10,329 students

100% admitted

  • 5,449 full time
  • 4,880 part time
  • 2,691 men full time
  • 2,758 women full time
  • open enrollment

7,858 Undergraduates

$3,100 tuition/year

  • 2,471 Non-Degree
  • $3,100 in state
  • $420 fees
  • $8,690 room & board
  • $1,250 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Mid East Large suburb
Highest Degree Offered: Associate's degree
Level of Institution: At least 2 but less than 4 years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Selena from Lagrangeville, NY
  • 0
  • dutchess community college is a great school for those who are on a budget. the campus is beautiful and reflects the creativity of the students, also the teachers here are extremely…

  • Feb-12-2012 Read More
  • Christina from Newburgh, NY
  • 0
  • Dutchess Community College is a wonderful school. The staff actually sits down and goes through every little detail with you to help you succeed. They also try to get you…

  • Jun-16-2013 Read More
  • Timothy from Pawling, NY
  • 0
  • when i stood at the doors of dutchess broken and scared, the administration was waiting with open arms to take me in. when i stumbled and fell during classes,…

  • Feb-03-2012 Read More

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Amanda from Dutchess County
  • Jul-26-2011 I am a past student here

    I absolutely loved having the opportunity to attend Dutchess. The campus and facilities are very well-maintained unlike plenty of colleges I have heard of since, and the atmosphere is comfortable. Also, different parts of campus provide different environments for students' needs. Some places are rowdier and louder for those who just want to relax between classes with their friends or play games and have fun. Other places provide the solace some people need for study or to just be away from people for awhile. The schedules were fairly simple and the campus was easy to navigate. Some majors required a little different of a schedule (like some art and science classes), but I always found it easy to compact my day if I wanted to be on and off campus fast or to spread out the classes if I did not want to learn everything in a short period of time like elementary through high school. The food is okay, but keep in mind that it's a school cafeteria in a school that does not have campus housing. It's great for getting a snack while stuck on campus. If you prefer to buy food elsewhere there are a couple of little delis and diners and plenty of other restaurants in and around Main St. in Poughkeepsie. Books are moderately priced although I would always recommend shopping around as with any important purchase. Another thing: there are a lot of student jobs on campus and career resources can work with you to find a job, even in a tough economy. For jobs though, you have to be ahead of the game. There are several positions, but the positions do not remain open long. Also, if you do not like spending much time in buildings or on the lawn, Hyde Park and Staatsburg are only around a fifteen minute drive away, easy to find, and home of two state parks with trails and field alike.

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  • Ryan from Marlboro, NY
  • Jul-06-2011 I am a past student here

    I enjoyed the help from a few select teachers in the school. However, the faculty in charge of admissions and the registrars office are not helpful. I was bounced between at least 3-4 different offices regularly when I had a question or was registering for a new class. If you need help, ask fellow students. (especially the student help desk)

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