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Northwestern Oklahoma State University Reviews

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Very friendly campus. Has a larger high school atmosphere and most professors are always willing to help.
NWOSU is a small, friendly college. They have some of the best curriculums in the state but they are not expensive. Though small, NWOSU had a lot of student activities and groups to join.
This is a great school who really wants the students to succeed and spend as little money as possible.
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Value is great, but only one dorm has been updated.
Great activities but average facilities
Great school with a great atmosphere
They have some but not a lot. I've seen worse schools.
Everyone on campus has to take a test about sexual assault. That includes living on or off campus.
It's a place to sleep. Thank god, i loved my suite mates.
I am apart of a sorority on campus and some days I loved it and others I didn't. You kind of have to know what you're getting into.
I didn't get to go to many games but you would hear everyone talking about it in class the next day.
I love the community. I also love the atmosphere of the school and teachers. They have helped me out on more than one occasion.
Most are nice and helpful
I know several people who have graduated from the nursing school and all of them have been successful in their careers.
I have had a good experience so far. Classes are small. There is a wonderful success center that offers tutoring in every subject. Plenty of support if a student is struggling in a subject. I use this weekly.
I am not envolved in social life at the school so I am not sure about the above questions. I do feel extremely safe when I am on campuss
As a non-traditional student it fits my needs, offers the program I wish to complete and my advisor is super helpful.
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I am a non traditional student so I am not around to use these facilities. The wellness center is very nice.
It's all right wouldn't want to live all four years in the dorms.
Teams need to come a long way.
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