What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Northeast State Community College?

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Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2018

Financial reasons, class size, and quality of instruction. The teachers help make the students feel involved with class, and if you don't understand something they're available to assist after class.

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2017

It's affordable. The faculty are extremely friendly and helpful. Multiple convenient campus locations.

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2016

The cost is relatively budget friendly, the staff are helpful and go the extra mile, and class sizes are great

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2015

The school is awesome, very easy to navigate around to get to where you need to be. The professors are amazing and do not care to help you if you need it. The class selection is also very good. There's a lot of different courses to choose from, some of which that are only offered at Northeast State.

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2017

It is affordable, they have many different majors, and they have several different convenient locations.

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2017

1) Its a small campus 2) The professors are equipped in preparing you on how to actually work in your field of study 3) They have plenty of parking :)

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2018

Northeast State offers vocational training for students, also with a wonderful support staff for returning veterans. It is an institution that allows new high school grads to make the transition to a four year institution without the culture shock of moving from high school to university. As a non traditional student, I can finish a program that has been my goal for many years.

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2017

Most of their credits transfer to a four year college, it is much more cost effective to start at a two year institution, and they have online and distance education courses available to accommodate even the most rigid of schedules.

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2019

Friendly professors and work staff that want to help you succeed, small class sizes, flex hours to attend

Anonymous, Student, Northeast State Community College, Class of 2015

  1. It is a great school to go to overall. There isn't too much to complain about.
  2. The teachers are usually very educated and helpful in class.
  3. The school is easy to navigate since it is small and you can easily meet nice people.

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