New Saint Andrews is a private, non-denominational college located in Moscow, Idaho. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 124 undergraduate students. The New Saint Andrews acceptance rate is 98%. The only major offered is Liberal Arts and Humanities. New Saint Andrews graduates 78% of its students.
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Small school with intense academic expectations, but really great community of students with very supportive faculty and staff.
The friends you will make will last a lifetime. We are a tightly knit and honest community. We stick with one another through the good and the bad. The teachers are always there if you need them. They're the type of people who invite you over for dinner and make sure they know if you're hanging in there. Coming to college can be so hard, especially if you're close with your family. The community here makes it all worth it. On top of that, I've never felt so intellectually challenged. I love the studies and I feel like I've grown more in the last two years than in my entire high school career.
Because the UI is right next to my college, we do have quite a party scene, but it's mostly Greek Row. The clubs downtown are hipster and artsy, which means we New Saint Andrews students generally fit in pretty well. There's great music that comes through, especially in John's Alley, and the Corner Club is great for dancing. It's a good way to let loose at the end of the week.