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| Just finished freshman year in the nursing program. I studied like crazy and did really well. I can't speak to social life because honestly, I spent the majority of my time on campus studying (in the gorgeous library) and when I wanted to relax I went home or to the Wellness Center. The campus is breathtaking - especially come springtime and don't underestimate that when you are overwhelmed with finals and term papers. I'm hoping to join a club or two next year. As of now, I plan on returning to CNR. |
|Jul 06 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2015 |
| Please completely disregard everything bad you have ever read about this school. It is GREAT. |
The food is pretty good. Its a cafeteria, what do you expect?? But, there are always places to go in the city itself to eat.
Athletics are a little dull because of a lesser school spirit BUT its getting better each game probably because of the fact that the girls are getting better all the time.
The people are not wierd, just eccentric and amazing. There are people are are different and shy and thats why they do not always branch out. However, everyone is fun and usually if you get the gull to talk to them, you'll find yourself good friends without any problems.The campus is BEAUTIFUL. It is also perfectly placed that you can have the small home-like feel and the big city feel at the same time.
|Jun 21 2011|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2014 |
| I am a junior majoring in Spanish. I will be participating in a semester abroad in Madrid. It took me awhile to get used to CNR but I absolutely love it now. I applied to and was accepted at Loyola,Connecticut College and Villanova, among others. CNR offered a terrific financial aid package - I'm talking graduating with $20,000 in debt as opposed to other schools with tuition at $50,000 plus and really bad financial aid - When I say bad, I mean pennies: $3,000 a year. If you're a small school person,the aid is a plus. |
|Dec 14 2010|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2012 |