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This school has given me the opportunity to make a name for myself. I’m very thankful for it!
The dining hall has turned more into an area to sit there is no food unless on Thursdays
The Navarro College Waxahachie campus is a good place to go if you are looking for something cheap, but still academically beneficial. I went for free through my own high school, but if you're willing to pay, I highly recommend it.
There wasn't a social life, other than in the classroom. The only food available was through vending machines. But, there were tons of food options nearby, that most students could get. The classrooms were smaller, so if you're looking for the full college experience, you won't get it here.
The teachers and students are all nice, the campus is clean, quiet, and close.
The classes are spread out between campuses.
It was a great platform to earn my associate's degree while in high school.
It was sometimes hard to learn all online.
The teachers really want us to do good and use all of our resources. They give us time to study which in nursing school you really have to do a lot.
Some teachers weren’t very organized or even on time.
I like Navarro College a lot because it has allowed me to expand my social network and make new friends since I’m not from the area. Everyone works together to find solutions and the staff is really caring.
The only things I didn’t like that even relate to the campus weren’t things that the college faculty could do anything about.