Colorado Northwestern is a public college located in Rangely, Colorado. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 480 undergraduate students. The Colorado Northwestern acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Nursing Assistant, and Natural Resources Conservation and Management. Graduating 51% of students, Colorado Northwestern alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,600.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities88 Graduates
Nursing Assistant39 Graduates
Natural Resources Conservation and Management29 Graduates
Dental Hygiene25 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics15 Graduates
Professional Pilot15 Graduates
Early Childhood Education10 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)9 Graduates
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Colorado Northwestern Community College Reviews
Attending this college was like no other college because of the town and the professors. There was a clear teacher-student relationship that helped you succeed because of the small class sizes and professor involvement. Professors would attend athletic events, and be willing to meet with you regarding any personal conflicts that you may have with class. There was also a wide variety of people because of the wide variety of degrees that could be obtained. From aviation to equine, who had cowboys and city people all under one roof which made it so much fun meeting new people from all over the country.
Instructors are very friendly and knowledgeable. They want to help the students that they see succeed and will do anything in their power to help elevate students. Instructors are relatable and know that life happens, and will do their best to understand and accommodate student needs on campus. Campus living in the dorms is very affordable and comfortable, cable TV is included in the dorms as well as wifi. Staff and faculty do as much as they can to encourage a family like environment among the students and put on many events for new and old students to connect and make friends on campus.
CNCC was a small school with great small classroom sizes, which gave more one on one with the professors, you weren't just a number. The dorms were nice and close to the college so you could walk to your classes. There were different events and activities to keep you busy. The classes were some of the best rated, and not crazy expensive. The downside is the town, there isn't a whole lot to do, but it makes you be creative and gives you more time to study.