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NIC was a positive experience for me.Quite BrightJournalism
NIC was a positive experience for me. It's definitely not my last step, but it's a wonderful stepping stone to the next endeavors in my life. The school is extremely affordable, which is a big deal to me. The campus is absolutely beautiful. Of course, it's in a resort town so it's right on the lake. Beautiful. There are beaches that you can enjoy in the spring and summer. The winter is pretty cold and dreary, but still beautiful. I've met some of the nicest, most accepting, open-minded people here. If you want to fully take advantage of the experience, get involved in clubs and organizations within the school. That's where you'll make some amazing friends and feel satisfied knowing you're spending time doing things you love. The teachers and classes vary. I've had mostly good teachers. The ASL teachers are amazing. There's a great program there. The journalism program isn't perfect, but the newspaper is great, and that's where I've made the most friends and had the best experiences. I've had one teacher who was not the best. He knew a lot about his topic, but knew nothing about teaching. Overall, I really loved NIC. The administrators are so kind. Kinder than I've ever met. They help you with all your questions. It was a good experience, and it is affordable, so it gives you a good amount of time to prep and save for your transfer university or future career.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: B
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I have gone to NIC for the lastQuite BrightPreMed and Medical
I have gone to NIC for the last four years. I kind of have mixed feelings about this college. The Medical Assisting program is amazing and the campus is beautiful and not too large. However, the people at the financial aid offfice are very rude and hard to deal with. Most of the time they answer your questions incorrectly, and cause more problems. Also, the financial aid is disbursed in 4 different amounts which is very inconvenient. I don't think i have ever had a positive experience with the financial aid offfice.
4th Year Female -- Class 2017
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Innovation: F
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This college will chargeAverageUndecided
This college will charge you a hidden fee of almost. 600 dollars for a Parking lot fee. The financial aid department sucks, and the president of the school is a arrogant loser.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Campus Aesthetics: A, Useful Schoolwork: F
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