Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T19:06:50Z
The facilities on campus was the right size for the satilite campus.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T19:05:37Z
When I went to the school they we where allowed to use the class rooms that where set up as labs if we needed to work on the computers as long as their was not a class going on. We could print what ever we wanted and did not have a limit as long as it was for class.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T18:57:28Z
The professors were able to relate their experiences with the students because they actually worked in what they taught.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T18:54:59Z
I felt at home while attending this school felt like I was a part of something. Not just a number
College Junior 2013-05-20T15:51:47Z
I love this school because I it a small campus, there is always someone to help you if you have a problem or question. Classes are small and the instructors are willing to work with you. I highly recommend NAU.
College Junior 2013-02-12T13:57:24Z
NAU has a small campus. Located in a building with other services. There is a little restaurant, which serves tasty food. There is a library for student access and computers available. There is also sufficient space to study when you need. Small and compact school with nice environment.
College Junior 2013-02-12T13:52:56Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
AAU is a very good school. The tuition is high, however this school offers you the chance to skip over LPN, and go straight to RN. I received a little financial aid to help me, which is always good. There are multiple scholarship options for me to explore. Financial aid pointed me in the right direction, also showed me links to some right off their website.
College Senior 2013-01-03T03:22:08Z
Have not had the chance to use the network or print anything.
College Senior 2013-01-03T03:19:35Z
Their are many different races, age, gender, etc.. You have people that are working not working. Everyone is different in their own special way.
College Senior 2013-01-03T03:00:10Z
Haven't been able to talk to career services as of yet.
College Senior 2012-12-15T22:53:56Z
I started taking an online class but decided to take the course in a classroom. My decision on this was I prefer interacting with the class. With my busy work schedule and worried about not getting my assignments done and interacting online, that I would miss out. I have had online classes with another campus in the past. I could do my homework and participate online anytime, anywhere-no matter what time it was. I also noticed where my fellow classmates where from...all over the United States!
College Senior 2012-12-15T22:45:21Z
Most of my classmates have families and have full/part time jobs or both just to make ends meet while attending school. They are juggling their schedule with their spouse or significant other; trying to get their homework done in timely manner. I do applaud their efferts as I being single parent, try to juggle my school, homework, and my parttime work just like them, I am trying to make ends meet. We are all trying to better ourselves in our education for a better paying career that we all can enjoy down the road as well as looking out for our children's college education when that time come to support their schooling as well.
College Senior 2012-11-10T01:36:47Z
I think my school is very diverse. I have seen many different kinds of people from freshly graduating high school to people returning to school at ages over 40. I have met very few people who are unmotivated at NAU, everyone is hard working at their goals and future.
College Senior 2012-11-10T01:34:23Z
I absolutely love online courses at NAU. They differ from traditional classes and even other online classes i took from a previous school by having every class basically laid out the same but different material. Tests are due on same day, as well as all discussions and assignments. This way with working, or your daily life you have this whole week to plan out your workload as well as get them done on your own time. Workloads are about the same as traditional classrooms, if not maybe a little more than. There is easy teacher/student relationships available, but being online your teaching yourself so your workload can be a little more heavier depending on your learning style. Peer-to-peer interaction is great and simple through discussions as well as emailing and setting up online chat times for study groups.
College Senior 2012-04-11T20:12:01Z
The enrollment process with this school has been a complete nightmare. I've had to speak with 3 different people and each time they called me I had to explain what courses I needed to take. I am STILL waiting for someone to get back to me about credits from another school transferring.
Financial Aid is absolutely absurd. It seems more like they've placed a trained monkey in there to say "Uh huh" and that's about it. They do not listen nor do they try to help you in any way. And again I had to explain what I needed EVERY time we spoke.
I'm not entirely sure what it is with their instructors. Maybe they have a problem recruiting people who've been teaching before but it's insane. There is hardly any preparation in the courses and what we're going over. The only shining light is our Microbiology instructor who is FANTASTIC!
College Junior 2012-04-10T03:29:14Z
The tutors at NAU are determined to see me succeed. They are helpful and educated.
College Junior 2012-04-10T03:25:15Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Financial aide staff was very informative and they were around to answer my questions.
College Junior 2012-04-10T03:22:41Z
I really like how the staff cobsiders my education has a team effort! They are encouraging, knowledgable, resourceful, and respectful. They allow for me to set goals I can reach and help be in achieving them! I would recommend this college and I plan on finishing my degree here.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-08T07:06:03Z
Very Diverse – The school has students from every walk of life. Newly out of high school, Adults going back to school, others that are working on a new career. It's nice to see others working as hard as you do.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-08T07:02:35Z
Great Staff – I have interacted with staff in New Mexico and Denver, CO. At both locations I found them helpful and very personable. They know you by name and are always willing to help.
Recent Alumnus 2011-10-12T05:05:23Z
Why Im Still There – Most of the schools in this area have a waiting list of two years.
I decided that if I was gointo go I had to do it now.
They offer a rapid program. I'm hoping I get done about the same time as full time students. Some of the teachers don't do their job thy just read it off the screen no
Extra explanations to clear the information being taught. Soil guess I'm split on
if I would do it again. Pros vs cons kind of even out.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-23T21:10:13Z
What a World! Because I am taking on-line classes I don't see very many other students. For each class taken the first week is considered "Introductions". It is there that we meet our fellow students and classmates. We find out where each of us are located and our hopes for the future. To my knowledge everyone is very accepting of everyone else. We are all here for the same reason.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-23T21:05:05Z
This Is Not CSU – NAU - Denver is for serious study and learning. It does have a library, but so far I haven't used it because of access to websites. It for the most part is a quiet campus, but everyone does have an active sense of humor.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-23T21:01:36Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I had already filled out and submited the FAFSA before I got here. NAU - Denver has 2 financial aid people to help me and I can see whichever one I want to. I do wish they could help out more with scholarships, etc but I try for those on my free time.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-23T20:57:57Z
Single Focus – NAU - Denver is a strictly medical type learning atmosphere. The head of admissions always has chocolate available on her desk. I love the polished granite flooring in the lobby. Everyone here is approachable.
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