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I absolutely loved my experience at NCC! Academics and Community are the two top best things about it. The classes were challenging, engaging, and informative; I sometimes think it would be a good idea to go back and do the whole four years all over again, not because I didn't learn much, but because there was so much to learn that I couldn't take it all in the first time! And I couldn't have asked for a more tight-knit and supportive community; I made so many friendships there that are sure to last for years to come!
As a freshman at NCC, I highly recommend this college. The curriculum really give you a firm grounding in Christian and Western thought and the Socratic method of teaching really helps one to not only fully understand the material but also to think deeply and to overall improve his or her interpersonal skills. While class sizes are small, one really gets to know one's classmates and quickly develops strong friendships. There is daily Mass, rosary, morning prayer, and night prayer, and Eucharistic chapels are located in all the dorms. The area is very beautiful, and one is within walking distance from the center Warner, where one has access to restaurants, a bookstore, an ice cream shop, and a cafe. Shuttles are also readily available for those who would like to leave campus, and both on and off-campus events are frequent.
The College of St. Mary Magdalen, now Northeast Catholic College, is one of the few remaining establishments that accurately represents church teachings. The curriclum is outstanding, full of challenging ideologies that promotes inquisitive thinking. The professors are also extremely personal and helpful, along with being qualified. The student body is small, but that makes us a family. Everyone here is eager to meet other people, and they are always there for you when you need them. Not to mention the amazing staff that's willing to provide for you in any way you need. This was not my first choice originally, but after choosing it, I can't imagine being anywhere else.