|Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Male||This person cares more about Excess Competition than the average student.|
Excess Competition D
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Faculty Accessibility A+
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||B ||Faculty Accessibility||A+ |
|Useful Schoolwork||C ||Excess Competition||D |
|Academic Success||B- ||Creativity/Innovation||B |
|Individual Value||A+ ||University Resource Use||A |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||A ||Friendliness||B+ |
|Campus Maintenance||A- ||Social Life||A |
|Surrounding City||A+ ||Extra Curriculars||C |
really enjoyed my undergraduate experience coming into NAU. I found
that the faculty were approachable and I was on a
first name basis with many of my instructors. What I
find interesting about the school was the other students attitude. NAU, like many other schools, will yield exactly what you
put into it. I approached NAU as the experience of
a lifetime. I talked to hundreds of people and wanted
to be on a first name basis with as many
people as possible. I did the Greek life thing. I
participated in clubs related to my major. I went out
to Sedona, hiked and worked on the weekends. In short,
I did everything I could to make my undergraduate experience
to be amazing.
My advice to anyone considering NAU would
be to evaluate what you want your relationship with your
school, classmates and program to be and work on it.
If you want a relationship with your instructor, talk to
them. Have a conversation. Ask for what you want. Most
200 level and above classes have less than 30 people.
It's a snap to meet people.
I also advise anyone
to go to the NAU “previews” events. Spend the night
in the dorms and live on-campus for the first year.
Afterwards, be an adult and get an apartment off campus.
Some of the best years of my life were here.
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