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This campus has to be one of theSuper BrilliantAnthropology
This campus has to be one of the worst shell games in the United States. Oh its pretty and an attractive campus to look at but totally morally broken down. The staff here spends most of the semester leading folks down long spiraling rabbit wholes of no return. Professors accuse students of being disorganized and un professional but they end up causing more confusion and disarray then being functional. Nobody communicates and every department acts like autonomous feudal lordships when it comes to understanding what each professor wants. The total arrogance of faculty is astonishing and financial aid is a total crock. Finaid spends most their time trying to make you have somebody co-sign to get private loans and if you do not have a family or, other resources as a pillow, they destroy your financial aid on purpose. Like many others here stated, many classes are not recognized due to grad students teaching the classes. Nobody that works here will be caught dead taking any responsibilities on how they trash students. And if your not a mainstream Christian or Muslim your totally screwed even though its supposed to be secular. Its like a Vortex on being a greedy ignorant degree mill. I would strongly suggest going someplace else unless your determined to purposely rip your family and friends off. Every professor I now outside here laughs at the mentioning of this campus. Run away a warning to all.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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Northern Arizona University is a good school.Quite BrightPsychology
Northern Arizona University is a good school. I am glad that I am attending here and do not want to transfer.The city of Flagstaff is beautiful. The only downside is off campus living availability and quality. Most units do not have air conditioning and some students living off campus do not know how to live in a community and tend to cause problems like partying, loud noise, etc.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: B
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Not only would I recommend this university toQuite BrightNursing
Not only would I recommend this university to others, I have actually persuaded a couple to attend NAU. It fits the needs of nursing students wonderfully and produces nurses who are ready to advance in their field. My only disappointment is the limited options for a Masters at NAU. at this time, I would have to go to another school.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Extracurricular Activities: D
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