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NorthWest Arkansas Community College

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This is a horrible college.AverageNursing
This is a horrible college. They tell you they work for you until loans come in and then it all changes and you aren't crap to them anymore. They are money hungry idoits. Do not pull loans or grants and think you are getting anything back and don't think to ask for help on homework the teachers will look at you like you are dumb and state that you should know how to do the work because they talked about it in class for 10 mins. NOT HELPFUL! I tell my friends to stay away form this college. They suck and the staff suck as well!
2nd Year Female -- Class 1920
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I do not recommend NWACC to anyone.Quite BrightUndecided
I do not recommend NWACC to anyone. They have lousy 7% graduation rate in addition to 1,000 failing students. NWACC is not willing to graduate their students, but more than willing to take their money. NWACC is a corrupt criminal racket that needs to have its doors closed. I recommend NWACC to no one.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2011
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NWACC is a corrupt institution.Quite BrightOther
NWACC is a corrupt institution. They prohibit freedom of speech. Any aggrieved student or faculty member is silenced via disciplinary actions. Student and faculty grievances are silenced and never addressed. Consequently, the best and brightest either leave before they are ganged up on or are booted for having defended what is ethical and moral. Further, NWACC has a lousy 7% graduation rate, but they are more than willing to take students' money.
4th Year Female -- Class 2011
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