Business/Commerce at Cecil College: Overview
- Associate's degree 2
Number of students2
At the Cecil College through Business/Commerce program you can get degrees of such award levels: Associate's degree. The lessons of this program will be conducted at One Seahawk Drive.
The average total number of students of all degrees engaged in this specialty is 2 or more and 50% of students are men.
Cecil College campus is safe for students with 0.2% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, forcible sex offense and arson are the most frequently detected crimes. Academic/career counselling and employment services offered for students. 10% of students are awarded with financial aid.
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Student Reviews and Ratings for Cecil College
Don't go to this place. I had this misfortune to have to attend this college for 2 classes. It seems like the administration goes out of their way to not help you. If you need anything from the administration; good luck. There are way better community colleges out there like CCBC or AACC. This place is just horrible. I feel bad for the students that are forced to come here because of cost.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I joined only 01 semester at this college and studied EL3 coz my Placement test was not got very high score 😺All of my Professors were so friendly, easygoing, and always listened and explained things very carefully for me to understand. I still missed one person - Mr. Marlon, I forget which department that he belongs to. My sister got scared when communicate with him, because the way he talked and his face looked so serious, but I'm not scared at all. I sometimes made an appointment with him to get advised and there were 2 or 3 times he smiled with me ha haSource of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I truly recommend anyone looking to go to a community college, don’t choose this school. You’re left on your own to figure things out in order to graduate. Which I understand they want students to learn to be independent, but isn’t one of the jobs of faculty and staff at a college to help students be in the right path to get a degree? If you need help there, they will send you to one person after another just to get one little thing done. You’re not promised to graduate in two years, the amount of time that they promise students it takes to get an associates degree. I know many people who have started at MC in 2015 from graduating high school and they’re still at MC and it’s 2019. Make sure MC knows you’re a student there, because anytime I go to the registrars office or to anyone and they ask me for my Mnumber they tell me it doesn’t come up. Even though I have an MC ID that clearly shows my m number. I have been trying to figure out the last class I needed in order to get my degree. Not only is the registrar unhelpful but they’re also rude. I switched my degree, and my new degree only required me to take one more class. I followed the outline of my degree and signed up for a class, just to get a degree evaluation in the mail after the class started. To be told that the class I signed up for was the wrong class. Then I had to email Marjorie Davis and tell her I was following the outline. I finally get an email back after the class had already started that I was taking the right class. Not to mention after the two month long class had just ended, I get a letter in the mail stating I took the wrong class and won’t be able to graduate. So as I read that of course I freaked out. I email the lady in the registrars office and get kind of rude reply back saying “If you read the letter carefully , you would see that it's for the spring 2019 graduation application that you submitted.” If you don’t mind never graduating in a timely manner, than by all means go to MC. I really suggest to avoid MC.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I am a student at MC but I am really sad on how bad my experience it has been going through the process of advising or in the financial aid office. I tried to contact them several times but they never call me back. Honestly rating one is the best that I could come up with I would rate this college .5 that’s how upset I am. Thank you college for not helping me🤨😡😡Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I graduated from MC in 1996 and it was terrific then and terrific again. I had wonderful professors that invested time and energy into our learning. I took anthropology courses, art history classes, Spanish language classes, etc. I went on from MC to UMCP and then to Hopkins and Georgetown. I am at MC again studying TESOL. I am grateful for the warmth and dedication of the professors and staff. The students were some of the most down to earth and hard working folks.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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