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National American - Brooklyn is a for-profit university located in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 20 undergraduate students. The National American - Brooklyn acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business Administration and Management, Computer Systems Technician, and Medical Assistant. Graduating 14% of students, National American - Brooklyn alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,100.
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Athletic Division
Athletic Conference
6200 Shingle Creek Parkway, Suite 130
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
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High School GPA
Early Decision/Early Action


Net Price
$15,709/ year
Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
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    $15,709/ year
  • $30-48k
  • $49-75k
  • $76-110k
  • $110k+
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Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$34,800/ year
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My school is mostly students who are of the working class and have families, who are getting an education to better themselves. We all are juggling between being students, parents, and workers. There are times that are tough trying to stay awake, but we all push through together. We would meet when we have a mid-terme or final to study and quiz each other, but other than we are there to learn so that we seek a different career to better ourselves.
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After I graduated with my Associates, I am still having issues getting a new job. The Career Services doesn't seem to help with the working folks, and they always have the work shops during that time. I am highly disappointed in that school. The school doesn't really want to work with the students, but is always looking for new students because they are need of the money.
Typical Student – Most of the students that I attend school with are single mothers. There are quite a few men as well. My experience in meeting people has been that a lot of the people who attend school here only work part-time, or they don't work at all. I think there are too many students that attend school here that do not take it very seriously, and might be kind of lazy, thinking that things should just be handed to them. Most of the students are of African-American ethnicity, followed by Asian.