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Well, St. Norbert is a fun place withQuite BrightEnglish
Well, St. Norbert is a fun place with good people and the education is of decent quality. However, given the amount of debt I am under it does not feel worth it. I only had one professor who had the guts to inform me that I was probably unemployable in my field: good to know my senior year that I choose a pointless major.

Overall the campus is beautiful, the professors are great and most of the students (find your group) are wonderful. However, I think too much is spent on flowers and lawn care, I think the administration is comprised of mostly idiots and the city itself (although pretty) is dead and not built up enough to be a college town. Also, regarding comments prior to mine most Wisconsinites have seen a city (Milwaukee or Chicago at least) thank you. However, if you are non-white you may feel odd since near everyone is white. Visit the east side of Green Bay, at least that place is diverse. To get to the point, really research your major and see if it's worth it, make sure you can actually pay for it (and if the debt it worth it) and be smart about even going to college. I currently work with people who never went to college. Essentially I'd be better off if I never went.

4th Year Female -- Class 2010
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: C-
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SNC was a great school with a beautiful campus and friendly professors. I made a ton of friends that I am still close with today. I was able to really grow as a person by getting involved in a social group, working on campus and studying abroad. Everyone really becomes your family away from home. I always felt like there was something to do or people to hang out with. If I had to choose a college again I would certainly choose SNC again.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Great school. Great people.
4th Year Male -- Class 2008
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Innovation: A-
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