Nebraska Indian is a public college located in Anderson Township, Nebraska. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 47 undergraduate students. The Nebraska Indian acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business, Child Care Provider, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Nebraska Indian graduates 7% of its students.
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This is my first year of college. The faculty here are very helpful. As to this is all a new experience for me.
The college is very friendly. Faculty are helpful. this is a great college experience. even tho it is a small community.
All my classes are conducted via video telecommunication. Some instructors are here at this campus and others are at other campuses. Although, I am fine with the video telecommunication, I would have to say the only downfall to it is that one on one communication is through a telephone call.