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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.15 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.13 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.12 responses
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Career College of Northern Nevada Reviews
Review Career College of Northern Nevada
After so many years of living of off minimum wage and just working dead end jobs. I decided to make a change for myself and pursue a career, I moved to Nevada in 2014. As soon as I moved here a friend of mine recommended me CCNN, I called and ask for information and in less than two months I started school again. Although it was very hard to manage time to do homework, study, work, and attend school instructors and even classmates always cheered me when feeling down. They motivated me and believed in even when I didn't believe in myself, Thank you CCNN, staff, instructors and my fellow classmates for everything!
I just started my first phase at Career College of Northern Nevada. From day one it has been great. The counselors, financial aid advisors, teachers, and staff have been all helpful. They always have time to talk to the students and their doors are never closed. Everyone is welcomed there. In the classroom everyone participates and that gives us students to learn at the same pace. I would recommend recommend this school to everyone. It is the bomb. I'm glad I went to CCNN, it's being one of the great experiences I've encountered in my education life.
I love this college. There is only a few career programs but a variety of courses involved with those programs. I am enrolling in this college because it will not only prepare me for a job, but also for life and that is what I really look for in a college.