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realize that I graduated from Northwestern a long time ago.
However, some things never change. NWC continues to
be a very conservative, religious college. Given that fact,
I had a roommate who got pregnant, I had an
RA who drank, and a couple of my friends got
into trouble for smoking. I hated having room inspections
every week. I hated going to chapel all the
time. In fact, I got so sick of chapel,
it took a long time until I went to church
again. I made a couple of friends who are
still my friends. The others I've not heard from
again. Having to take so many Bible classes was
a bit oppressive. I tried at one point to
transfer to Bethel, but I had too many credits and
it would have cost a fortune to do so.
have had friends' kids go to NWC recently. They
seem to be happy with what is going on now.
I would question spending so much money for some
careers (like teaching). I can't imagine trying to pay
school loans off and have all of the “normal”
financial obligations on a teacher's salary. If you really,
really like Bible classes and chapel, and NWC has your
major, and you have plenty of money, go for it.
Otherwise, I think I'd look into other options. Best Wishes!