These schools are similar to Indiana University-Northwest in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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The staffs are helpful, easy to access, and knowledgeable. The IU website is difficult to navigate but once you find what you need you can bookmark it so it's easy to find.
Speak up for yourself as a student and ask questions as many times as it takes
I liked how close it is to my house. advisors and teachers are very willing to help out and answer questions.
The dining hall has limited hours due to covid. can be hard to apply to some scholarships.
IN is a great college. The classes are relatively small, which sets for more intimate learning. This allows the professors to focus on individual students and get to know them on a personal level. I am a student with disabilities and IUN is extremely accommodating and willing to help. The learning aspect of this school is also great. I have learned so much and gotten so much field experience since I started. It is just overall a great University.
The only part I was not thrilled about is the fact that most of the majors do not have options of class times to attend. It is hard to work while attending the major I chose.
Class sizes are small due to it being a smaller college, so you get a much more personalized experience with professors. Professors are easy to reach.
Student life is minimal as there aren't any dorms on campus. Since IUN is a commuter campus, so once people are done with classes they usually head home. Don't expect high attendance for campus events.
Every person I have come into contact with is kind and always concerned. The professors are extremely passionate about their field of work and are more than willing to help assist you when needed!