New England Communications is a private college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 429 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the New England Communications acceptance rate is 30%. Graduating 47% of students, New England Communications alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,700.
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- of students say Greek life is pretty low-key and has little effect on the social scene.7 responses
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New England School of Communications Reviews
My school is fantastic with technology and it makes other campuses seem laughable. We don't have a lot of buildings, but it's near perfect for students dependent for wi-fi, printing, music or any other need. Most technical schools do not have hands on learning your first semester. NESCOM allows you to have core classes with hands on learning right off the bat. The social scene is more diverse than expected. You have a previous notion of "nerds" consuming most of the groups, when there is an eclectic diversity amongst peers. Smaller classes allow for students to actually know their professors and have them remember their name! Most colleges do NOT have that.
The community around campus is close and friendly. The facilities are kept well and provide a positive environment to study and hang out without worrying about your surroundings. The library is diverse, helpful and quiet. It's an ideal place to study. Our athletic centers are open at reasonable hours and even late in the night! Even with a car, I'd rather stay on campus due to the environment and events going on. Every night there is something to do. It's a solid, realistic place with a blend of comfort and applying yourself to new surroundings.
New England School of Communications is a division of Husson University. There are students enrolled in nursing, business, or pharmaceutical at Husson or there are Communications focused students enrolled in NESCom. There is a clear line who is attending which program. The Husson majors tend to be very cliquey and social. The NESCom students form study groups and work together on projects to meet deadlines. NESCom students tend to be more eccentric and creative than the traditionally enrolled Husson student.