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Northeast Alabama Community College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

3,435 Students

100% Admitted

  • 2,736 full time
  • 1,426 part time
  • 822 men full time
  • 1,187 women full time
  • open enrollment

2,736 Undergraduates

$3,510 Tuition/Year

  • 421 Non-Degree
  • $3,510 in state
  • $870 fees
  • N/A room & board
  • $2,400 books and supplies

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Southeast Rural area, distant from an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Associate's degree
Level of Institution: At least 2 but less than 4 years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Christina from Pisgah, AL
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  • not all the teachers have doctorates or kept up-to-date with what they are teaching. it is a high school environment. if you are from this area you may think that…

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  • Jordan from Dutton, AL
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  • this is a great place to start your college education. teachers genuinely care about the students. the costs are far less than starting at a graduate college. …

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  • Kimberly from Fort Payne, AL
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  • It's a great starter college. The teachers work with the students so much to help the students understand concepts. NACC has a great tutoring program to also help students as…

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
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  • Kerri from Boaz, AL
  • I am a past student here

    I mostly enjoyed my experience at Northeast AL Community College until I signed up for graduation which is still a nightmare! I finished my last semester at this school in the Fall of 2009 and I did everything I was required to do to be able to graduate. I should have gotten my diploma no later than spring of 2010. It is now March 2011 and I still don't have my diploma. I have contacted the people over that area several times and they continue to put me off. My account didn't even get updated to show I had completed a program until August 2010, 8 months after I graduated. Good thing I had not sent my transcript to any potential employers! Needless to say I am extremely frustrated over the whole ordeal. I think this is something worth considering when choosing a school because after dealing with all the stress you have to go through to complete the classes you should not have to stress over getting the diploma you have earned and paid for. Other than this the rest of my experience was fairly good. All of my teachers were very nice.

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