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Last Updated on December 28, 2022

Pitt CC is a public college located in Winterville, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 3,501 undergraduate students. The Pitt CC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Medical Office Management, and Early Childhood Education. Graduating 36% of students, Pitt CC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $25,000.

Pitt Community College Reviews

Rating 3.85 out of 5 460 reviews

  • Rating 5 out of 5 Excellent127  reviews (28%)
  • Rating 4 out of 5 Very Good178  reviews (39%)
  • Rating 3 out of 5 Average123  reviews (27%)
  • Rating 2 out of 5 Poor21  reviews (5%)
  • Rating 1 out of 5 Terrible11  reviews (2%)

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ReportStart Your Review of Pitt Community CollegeRate It!Rating 2 out of 5 THE ONLINE CLASSES WERE FOR THE ADVANCED COMPUTER KIDS, FOR THOSE OF US THAT ARE COMPUTER CHALLENGED IT IS A STRUGGLE. WORST IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ONLINE YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO EMAIL YOUR TEACHER AND WAIT ON A REPLY THAT MAY OR MAY NOT COME. BEFORE THEY SHUT DOWN SCHOOL THE PEOPLE IN THE COMPUTER ROOM WERE GREAT! THE CAFE WAS AWFUL AND OVERPRICED, WITH POOR SELECTIONS AND UNDERSTAFFED.

ReportRating 2 out of 5 Pitt is an “ok” institution. The Teachers are excellent and always helpful. They generally care about their students. Advisors can be difficult to work with and tell you to ” go do it yourself on moodle”. The rest of the staff are friendly and will help out with even small concerns. The students on the other hand are terrible. Nobody really cares about their grades or bothers making friends If they are from the area. I came from Sand-hills community college before this and it was a complete 180. The students do not smile or even look like they are having a good day. I think if Pitt weeded out more students instead of giving people who don’t care about their education a chance to ruin other peoples,Pitt would be a 5 star community college. This whole experience has been like having I.S.S. in high school, That’s why I am transferring during the summer and leaving this place in the dust!

I started at Pitt Community College when I was seventeen years old and loved it. The advisors were amazing at helping me stay on track and planning out my degree. The counselors were always helpful and had stress management advice every time I needed it. I was very involved on campus and loved when they had activities, games, clubs, free food, and other things that made college fun. The professors were super amazing and got to know me on a persona level which made it ten times easier to focus in classes and ask for help or assistance both inside and outside of the classroom. I made lots of friends and going to Pitt Community College feels like everyone around you is family!

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I love this college and their advisors very much, it is a great option if you are not completely sure what to major in.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 The professors were extremely accommodating to various situations that could happen as well as being very understandable.

ReportRating 2 out of 5 THE ONLINE CLASSES WERE FOR THE ADVANCED COMPUTER KIDS, FOR THOSE OF US THAT ARE COMPUTER CHALLENGED IT IS A STRUGGLE. WORST IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ONLINE YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO EMAIL YOUR TEACHER AND WAIT ON A REPLY THAT MAY OR MAY NOT COME. BEFORE THEY SHUT DOWN SCHOOL THE PEOPLE IN THE COMPUTER ROOM WERE GREAT! THE CAFE WAS AWFUL AND OVERPRICED, WITH POOR SELECTIONS AND UNDERSTAFFED.

ReportRating 3 out of 5 WHAT I ENJOYED MOST AT ITT COMMUNITY COLLEGE WAS MY ADVISOR MS. REES, SHE WAS GREAT! SO HELPFUL WITH A GREAT SPIRIT AND WISDOM. THE MOST AWFUL THING AT PITT WAS THE CAFE! NIT WAS TERRIBLE AND OVERPRICED. POORLY STAFFED POOR SELECTION.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I am in one of their distance learning Asoociate’s programs and they have made it very convenient for out of state students to obtain their career goals online. I highly recommend.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 This is a great little school. Very organized and very professional. The staff is amazing, especially the academic advisors. Not to mention, they are seriously like the only accredidated college in the country, that offers a 2 year degree in Nuclear Medicine entirely online. I highly recommend them for anybody pursuing an Associate’s Degree.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 Well I started school in 2011 in didn’t know major degree I wanted to do so I just started taking classes. So I started to get into the Recreational Therapy Assistant because I wanted to work with the elderly people or adolescents because I want to make a different in someone life. So I did my internship at Cherry Hospital in Goldsboro NC which I really enjoyed. I also did volunteering at Pitt county senior center where seniors go to do outside activities and find resources out in the communities to keep them occupied. I never finished the program due to lack of funding. But, I also took in consideration in getting into the Early Childhood Education Program which I knew I wanted to work work with young children because I have so much experience in this field. I was assistant at a childcare center and at Pitt County Schools where I currently work now. So my experiences at Pitt Community College was wonderful and blessed these moments. I think that anyone that would like school.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I loved taking classes online. I think the professor were very nice and friendly in every classes. I had some struggles with test anxiety but they will get my extensions before due date.

ReportRating 4 out of 5 My online experience with Pitt was great! Very user friendly and my professors responded to emails quickly.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 Pitt community college is a great college if you just want to try and get your feet wet. The class sizes are small so more one on one time with you and the teachers. Also, you can tell that the teachers there really care about your education.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I am not a fan of online classes. But, my instructors made the online learning experience during the pandemic much easier than I expected.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I love my school! The entire staff is awesome and extremely respectful of students. It is clear that our success is their main goal. So glad I chose to be a BULLDOG!

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I like the fact the the classes are small enough that I am provided one on one time with my professors if I need extra guidance on a class task or project

ReportStart Your Review of Pitt Community CollegeRate It!Rating 5 out of 5 I attend Pitt Community College and I feel like it’s a great school for anyone. The teachers and advisors are very supportive and helpful when it comes down to students. When you email them they give quick responses and great advice when needed. Overall I have enjoyed my experience at Pitt Community College and would definitely recommend it to other people.

ReportRating 4 out of 5 Pitt Community College (PCC) is a wonderful college with many learning opportunities. While attending PCC you will meet many nice people who you will network with and create long-lasting relationships with.

ReportRating 5 out of 5 I like Pitt Community College because I really love the campus, it is pretty big for a community college, its just an overall good feel. The faculty and staff are extremely kind and helpful. I believe Pitt Community College could potentially be changed into a 4-year university.

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