What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend University of Northwestern-St Paul?

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Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2017

1) The faculty and students are genuinely interested in you and love you. You will make friends that will last your lifetime. 2) The classes are phenomenal--the professors take the time to ask your name and talk with you--not just about the class subject, but about life's questions and about you and your future. 3) UNW will prepare you for more than a career, it will prepare you for living in this world.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2019

  1. UNWSP provides rigorous coursework that will challenge you and encourage you to become a better student.
  2. UNWSP fosters learning and personal growth within a safe, Christian environment.
  3. UNWSP has a variety of different activities and resources to help students enjoy and make the most out of their education.
Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2017

  1. The community is tight-knit and unified
  2. It is Christ-centered and based upon a Biblical worldview
  3. The professors are very personable
Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2017

-The people here are super friendly and would love to get to know you -The campus is beautiful -The professors care about each and every student and want to get to know everyone personally. They also invest in you and make sure you are getting the most out of the class.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2017

The professors are amazing. They care about the students and are very intelligent in their fields. The community on campus is really string and it's easy to make friends. It has a strong emphasis on Christ-centered education.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2020

Having a feeling of peace, and a sense of belonging when entering the campus! Also, the staff and faculty seem to really care about you as a person!

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2019

First, I am convinced you will not find better instructors than the ones that teach at UNW. Most of them have prestigious academic backgrounds; one in particular has both studied and taught at MIT. More than that, each of them is not just teaching as a profession, but as something they genuinely have a passion for. I remember my Calculus instructor responding to the question of how he goes about teaching math like this: "I do not teach math. I teach students... a little math." Nothing delights these professors more than to have personal, deepening relationships with their students.

Second, the quality and depth of the education a student receives at UNW is as unparalleled as its instructors. Everything is taught in meticulous yet gripping detail, and not just from one certain point of view. Northwestern is a Christian university, but thanks to the diversity of the concepts taught I have a deep knowledge of things like evolution, atheism, Buddhism, Islam and several other ideas that conflict with my own beliefs.

Third, Northwestern tries its very best to keep student expenses down to an affordable rate. Just last semester, President Cureton came out onto the stage during chapel and announced with a smile that he had decided to freeze the price of tuition for the upcoming school year. The applause and cheering was deafening! Not only that, but if students work hard and keep their grades up, UNW offers GPA-based scholarships that are very helpful. Overall, you would be hard pressed to find a college that lives up to the standard of the University of Northwestern.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2019

The top reason(s) why someone should attend UNW are because they want a solid education founded on the Bible that is challenging and rewarding.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2017

You should attend the University of Northwestern - St. Paul if you want a good Christian education. Northwestern is a great place that makes you feel welcome. The classes are small and you really learn from them.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2018

The top 3 reasons someone should attend University of Northwestern-St. Paul are the community that surrounds you when you are there is loving and caring, the atmosphere is Christ-centered and geared, and the learning environment is perfect for someone who wants to be focused on God in their life.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2018

The Christian based education that challenges a student, the low faculty to student ratio, and the sense of community Northwestern provides

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2016

  1. Location—the twin cities have a lot to offer
  2. Community—it's a small school so you really get to know people
  3. Variety—there are a lot of majors to choose from.
Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2015

It is a great place to learn about God, grow as a person, and find connections for a future occupation

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2016

This question is easy: Faith-based, close-knit community that offers students a chance for growth and community; highly regarded academic performance that strives for excellence in all areas; and diverse, committed sports teams that are constantly improving and working to become better every year.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2016

The topmost reason that I enrolled in this University is that it offers sound Christian doctrine and also gives a fair view of contemporary issues for a balanced student life. The lecturers are knowledgeable and very helpful always encouraging and seeking your success. They give constructive feedback on you assignments and their recommended additional readings are also very helpful. The courses are well structured and detailed and well designed for interaction with class members. There is also the flexibility with the online course though assignments have due dates every week (for my course). The interaction with other classmates in class discussions and forums help consolidate the lessons and topics learned.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2016

If they value education-- the professors are wonderful and highly credible. If they are a Christ follower or want to learn more about their relationship and walk with Christ. If they want a friendly, caring, inviting, and uplifting environment in which they learn and grow both in knowledge and in Christ.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2017

1... Because Northwestern cares about their students. Throughout my application, acceptance and enrollment journey, they have been nothing but helpful, inviting and kind.

2... Because Northwestern has strong programs in a lot of areas. I'm going there for Creative Writing, and their writing program is innovative, their teachers intuitive and thought-provoking.

3... Because they get the importance of faith. They go to great lengths to stimulate students' walks with Christ and make them better believers, and that means a lot to me.

Anonymous, Student, University of Northwestern-St Paul, Class of 2018

First, it is a strong faith community where its easy to find someone to talk to or just hang out with. Second, the staff and professors are friendly, learn students' names, and are approachable with questions or concerns. A lot of them even have candy in their offices to encourage students to drop by. Lastly, the campus and classes are small and welcoming. Instead of feeling like an ancient, cold institution, its a family.

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