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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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I really love this school! It's a veryBrightMusic Education
I really love this school! It's a very good environment and has a lot of opportunities for you to grow in every way, if you want to. It's a very artistic, eco-friendly, liberal, peaceful, fun college. There's something for everyone. It's not just for hippies (I'm not one so trust me it's not just a hippie school). You'll enjoy NAU!
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Education Quality: A+, Faculty Accessibility: C+
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I was an in state distance student forQuite BrightNursing
I was an in state distance student for undergrad nursing and I had a decent enough experience, my most favorite person in nursing was Angie Golden, who unfortunately has gone on. Laura Blank was very kind as well. Being online, I was rarely on campus but it is a beautiful campus but at a high altitude and cold and snowy in winter! The bookstore people were nice enough, the other students were not overtly snooty or overtly friendly either, it was ok and I learned what I needed to learn.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2008
Education Quality: B+, Individual Value: C-
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