Columbia-Greene Community College
Hudson, NY, USA

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Columbia-Greene Community College
3.58 Average Rating

Ashley from Red Hook, NY

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
The teachers work with you, if you need help, they give it to you. The classes are small and easy, and the work isn't as difficult as most would think.
Am enjoying being here
I love the classes!! The kids are great, and the professors are all really awesome!! They are all interesting and fun and they keep you interested everyday.
Bang for the buck
SO CHEAP! It's a great education, for about 1/5 of the price of a private college.
Tips for prospective students
This is such a great college, there aren't as many students as most...the classes are small and personal...and everyone is friendly. If you go here, you save money, and time, and you will get a fantastic education. If you do your work, you can go really far here.
Great for these types of students
This college is perfect for anyone! Get all your required transfer credits out of the way without paying insane tuition bills.
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Sam

a current student here
0 people found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
The classes available are all the perfect amount of time - not too much learning crammed in all at once, but long enough to receive a fulfilling lesson in whichever subject you're taking. I've taken one, two, and three day a week classes, and I don't have a preference because they're all equally as rewarding and generally easy to keep up with.
Am enjoying being here
The students and teachers are helpful and friendly, and the atmosphere is very relaxed and informal for the most part. Readily available professors and other staff members.
Bang for the buck
Columbia-Greene is part of the SUNY system, so the credits are widely transferable to all state schools and many other public and private institutions, both in- and out-of-state. It is so worth it to start out here because the classes are very inexpensive, while meeting SUNY guidelines.
Tips for prospective students
Definitely consider online classes to free up your schedule. They are relatively easy and flexible. If you're worried about taking a class entirely online, hybrid classes are also a great option to consider.
Great for these types of students
Students who aren't sure what career path they're interested in yet, students who want to save a significant amount of money for the first two years of college.
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