Miami Dade College, a state-supported college with seven campuses, two centers and numerous outreach centers attended by more than 175,000 students. It’s the largest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the most highly regarded colleges in the nation.

Each of our campuses has its own distinct identity and specialties. But, they also offer a broad base of general education courses, allowing you to take first-year classes at any of our campuses (except the Medical Campus). That means you get to decide what campus you want to attend. Take all of your first-year classes at one campus, or follow the path of some of our working students and take morning classes near your home and evening and weekend classes near your place of work. As you begin to take more advanced courses, you may need to focus your studies at a specific campus where your program is offered.

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Tiauna Jenkins 11/08/2017
Terrible school. No one wants to work. I was supposed to be an online student but was told I'd have to take certain classes at the campus. Why say we can take that degree online if we still have to come to campus. Everyone I speak to won't listen to me and have a "I can't be bothered " tone to their voice. Really wanted to start college this year, but waiting on this school I ran short of time. A lot of time wasted here. Would not recommend this school to anyone.
Raoul Emile 25/07/2017
I truly wish there was an option for NO STARS because that is what this school deserves. I was an online student here, and yet I was forced over a dozen times to drive all the way down there. On each occasion after I had driven down there, I would later find out that it wasn't in fact necessary for me to come in person. The personnel there are incompetent and tell students whatever they want just to get them off the phone. Lastly, I was granted financial aid which was then mysteriously taken back for whatever reason and in the end I was left to pay even after I showed a printout as proof that I had originally been granted financial aid with the amount displayed as well. I even wrote a petition and spoke with the principal, who by the way is extremely callous, unprofessional, and clearly has no concern or care for the students, but in the end MDC still forced me to pay. Needless to say, I transferred out of there and if you have the chance you should too! Hopefully they shut down. All these 1 STAR reviews are for a reason.
alexandria klett 11/07/2017
This school is terrible. MDC professors tend to be uneducated with a poor attitude and little experience working in their "field". Employees for the admission, advising, and financial aid departments do not work or put any sort of visible effort, but instead twiddle their thumbs and pretend to preserve their position. For example, I've received the same financial aid notice to my email for five months, I've gone to campus more than five times and each time I have heard a different story, but the issue is always apparently fixed by the time I leave. Now, I am approaching my sixth month of receiving this alarming financial aid notice and so I call, but MDC's financial aid department never answers their phone, forcing me yet again, to go to my least favorite place- the wolfson financial aid office- to find the same idiot employees and get the same WRONG advice. When I think of Miami Dade College, I think of the word: PROBLEMS.
Clarisse Dos santos 19/06/2017
Miami Dade college is awful! Really really really bad! No one is willing to help you, glitch on their system is common. Staff is clueless and unprofessional. They treat you as a fool sending you from place to place and they are not able to help you. The frustrating part is they make you feel like is your fault. I really was hoping the cameras would come on and say " you got punked" . For the past 3 years I've been trying so hard to deal with them it's just discouraging and disrespectful.
Daniel Lopez 10/05/2017
MDC was the first college I attended before FIU. Yea their service was slow and poor in quality before but now that I am at FIU, I can really see the difference between a quality school and garbage. MDC is literally terrible in almost every aspect. Hideous prison-like campuses, the very poorly designed website and student interface, and many other things add up to this widely shared opinion. The worst thing to me is the costumer service. Apparently, MDC is one of the best colleges to work according to MDC, yet there is never someone available to answer the phone. Often, I am on hold for a minimum of 20 minutes and sometimes more and then the call just cuts off. When I go to speak to someone in person, I am waiting for around an hour and they always have a bad attitude that is easily noticed. MDC employees have very poor stewardship. The councilors at MDC may have all the papers but certainly do not have the experience. They do not help with class scheduling and are rarely available. The online interface is a mess. You click degree audit, advisement, grades, schedule, and countless important links and they either say error, not found, or they take you to some other page. It has been that way for the longest. This is why I am leaving this review. MDC has failed to prove itself as a quality school. I do not recommend it. You are better off going to FIU and spending some extra money.

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Kendall Campus Gallery May 18 – September 29 Hours: Wednesdays & Saturday 11 AM- 5 PM ​Organized by Girls’ Club and curated by Michele Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert, this exhibition showcases contemporary art by women of local, national and global repute. Programming open to students, faculty and the public includes a video documentary screening and workshops led by exhibiting artists. Exhibition is FREE and open to the public.