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Northland College

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I don't think it's that hard to get inSep 27 2011Other
I don't think it's that hard to get in. They are trying to raise their numbers.
ACT: 29 Female
NC is a very easy college to get inApr 06 2011Biology
NC is a very easy college to get in. If one "has a pulse" one is pretty much accepted. If you like isolation and ticks, Ashland is the place to be. Three years was enough for me. I went to a public university within the state and felt that it had a lot more to offer than NC. Knowing what I know now, I would have gone straight to the last institution.
Our son applied to this school because of theDec 27 2009Business - Management and Administration
Our son applied to this school because of the athletics program and they fed him a line of rosy stories, the visit was so welcoming and once he signed his letter of intent he was already having doubts, as the tone changed and they knew they had him hooked. once arriving he realized that many of the athletes have left the program due to coaching issues and unresolved problems... this is a strange little place.
When i was accepted into this university it wasDec 12 2009Business - Management and Administration
When i was accepted into this university it was made to seem like an accomplishment but when i arrived i realized that anyone can get into a school that is desperate for money because they lose so many students each semester. The 750 student number given by tour guides and information sites is wrong, about 500 students now put up with this school and that number is getting smaller.
ACT: 26 Male
Applied. Northland is currently really desperate for funding soMar 31 2009Other
Applied. Northland is currently really desperate for funding so they accept pretty much everyone unless you simply don't qualify (i.e. you haven't finished high school). That's not to say that there are not bright students, there are but it's really easy to get into a lazy type of mentality.
SAT: 1860 Female
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