92% of students
I like the small community, the LGBT center is also really well managed
They don’t do a lot about hate groups that come onto the campus grounds.
I found the advisors to be very helpful and informative. The instructors were accessible and approachable. The subject material was excellent. Had I not been answering a "higher" calling, I would stay at NKU.
There are many organizations, academic and social, at NKU. The administrators are constantly in touch with the student body to keep them apprised of situations (i.e. Covid mandates, etc.)
I enjoy the small classes and the location.
The campus can be hard to navigate and some of the buildings are incredibly old and need renovation.
I believe NKU's art program is a fair and competitive education despite being a smaller institution compared to others nearby. The professors are genuinely compassionate and talented individuals who care about your progression and success as an artist. I would recommend this university to anyone and everyone, especially those who want a higher education at a significantly fairer price.
More parking would be cool.
Northern Kentucky University has been a great experience for me thus far. I have an academic advisor who truly cares about your success and helps provide guidance each semester. The staff is also very focused on your success within the classroom.
The law program doesn't offer the course load each semester, there are certain classes only offered in the fall and certain classes only offered in the spring so you have to be careful when scheduling classes.
I like NKU because it's outside of the city. It's close to whatever you might need but is far enough away from the urban drone that you don't feel claustrophobic. There are a lot of resources on campus, including counseling and career services. You have people to talk to if you find yourself in a bad situation that you think may force you to drop out. They will do what they can to make sure you graduate. The school is commuter-friendly, which is good for parents and older students like me. There are some excellent theatre, musical, and dance productions to see. As an English student, I am very much impressed at how supportive the staff and faculty are of their students. NKU does a lot to offer opportunities for students and there are a lot of student organizations.
The campus layout is not very accessible for people who have mobility issues, but every building has elevators. Not much happens in the evenings. It is freakishly cold in the winter because the campus is built into a wind tunnel. Wear layers. You get charged a rec fee, even if you never use it. You also get charged a housing fee even if you live off-campus.