Mid Michigan College
Harrison, MI, USA

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Mid Michigan College
3.06 Average Rating

Ashlie from Mt.Pleasant, MI

a current student here
2 people found this review useful
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In three sentences
mid michigan community college is a fantastic college when your first starting out. not only is the staff more then helpful, but the expense is significantly more affordable. my dad directed me to mmcc and now i feel i should return the favor, it is definitely the way to go.
Tips for prospective students
by starting out at mmcc, you would take a lot of the pressure and overwhelming perspective out of your first college experience. it is much smaller then a university, as well as more affordable. college is very difficult so i would recommend baby steps ;high school, community college, then a university.
Academic Rigor
it is imperative that the instructors are strict when it comes to grading your papers, attendance policies, and making sure you do your own work. if they were not firm, they would be hurting you verses helping you. this is where we learn to be accountable for our own work as well as behaviors.
Dorm Life
i myself have never lived in a dorm. that's one college experience that i missed out on. if i could go back, i would defiantly want to know what its like.
Food and Dining
almost any college town has respectable food. there is nothing better then cramming for an exam over a colossal burger from ruby tuesdays, or a massive burrito from la senoritas. mt. pleasant is no exception to that.
What to do for fun
the campass has all kinds of social activities and events for the students. its a good way to spend your free time and also to get to know other members in your community.
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Samantha from Harrison, MI

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
Ive loved all of my professors!
Am enjoying being here
The new Doan Center is a great atmosphere
Bang for the buck
The waiting list for the PTA and nursing program were very long, so I actually had to take more classes to stay enrolled while waiting to get into a program.
Tips for prospective students
Apply to programs as soon as possible!
Great for these types of students
Non traditional. There are all ranges fo students from 18 years old to 70 years old.
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