|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|National University Students||11%||14%||42%||40%||2%||2%||3%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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100% of students
I like that my classes are fast pace and that I get my degree much faster plus they offer many degrees in different subjects.
Well since the classes are fast pace it might be difficult to keep up with classes for instance, a fast pace class is 4 weeks long and depending on your teacher you’ll be give 4 to 6 assignments you might have to complete in one week.
More mature and serious students that juggle families, jobs, and their schooling
There is high turnover in academic advisors
I love how they recognize the military experience and accept military training as credit for your ongoing education.
The pace is incredibly fast and can be difficult for some to keep up with, but I enjoy the challenge.
The professors and school give you the tools to succeed and they remind you how much they truly care through their actions. Truly Genuine.
The bold.org questionnaire asks a lot of questions about food but National University is primarily online. Food and dorms are irrelevant. National University is a great university for those needing to focus on other aspects of life as well.
Some teachers aren't very responsive, and with fast-passed online courses, timeliness is essential.
The professors are passionate about teaching and helping an learn despite classes being online. They offer gracious office hours and are very understanding when you’re going through a difficult time.
Financial aid office doesn’t communicate when you need to finish certain steps of applying for aid. They give you a to-do list and once you’ve completed all you could on your end, you wait for them but they don’t respond. After a month I had to contact them and still got minimal answers. Just be sure to stay on them when you’re applying for aid so you don’t miss any deadlines.