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Northeastern State University

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Advising at this school is terrible.Quite BrightMusic Education
Advising at this school is terrible. There are full time advisers of reach college. They still have trouble planning schedules effectively. When asking questions about classes and scheduling, it is common to be directed to several people across campus before finding someone who can give an answer. The condition of many facilities is terrible, especially the dorms. It is common to not have heating and air conditioning in any of the buildings on campus. Drainage is a problem across campus when it rains. There are a lot of student workers on campus and they are usually uninformed and a hassle when trying to get help or information.
more→Dec 07 2014
3rd Year Male -- Class 2016
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Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Great on campus resources and activities, poor surrounding city. Not very much to do after hours.
more→Dec 11 2013
2nd Year Male -- Class 2016
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Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: C-
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I am a single parent that has toNursing
I am a single parent that has to work full time to support my children. This program requires too much time from an individual person. The students rarely know what is going on in the class because the communication is terrible from the instructors. I did not feel that the staff of the nursing department was stable. They were very unstable and required more than what they were willing to give back to the students. There was a new instructor for every class and they were continuously learning the blackboard with the students. I was very disappointed in the professionalism of some of the instructors and the director
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