I attended MWCC for five semesters before I decided to transfer. My main reason for transfer is because I plan to work toward a bachelors degree and wanted 8 week terms which MWCC doesnt offer. I had decent professors, some better than others but no major... Read More issues. I didnt feel like the school cared as much about my progress and the correct prerequisites I should be taking. I ended up taking an entire course that was no longer approved as a prerequisite for my chosen degree. The school had sent me an email before the semester stating that it was required but then they changed their requirements half way through the semester. When I brought it to their attention, they said I should always check my student email for updates. I had proof that they sent an email stating it was a requirement right before I signed up for the course but decided I wouldnt continue at MWCC so it wasnt worth the fight. Other than that issue, I had a mostly positive experience and enjoyed the (easy) online and on campus courses.