These schools are similar to Northern Michigan University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I liked how interactive everyone was, and how much help all of the counselors were in helping me get on my desired path.
The only thing that I didn't like was that for transfer students there is only one date to go to a physical orientation which I am unable to attend due to working and moving
It's a smaller campus and everything is within walking distance. Has a great community and supports everyone that goes there the best that they can.
Pre-medical degree students don't get a lot of advising help and it all leans on you to prepare yourself correctly.
Northern has offered me the best experiences of my life. Their academics are impressive and the cost is unbeatable. I would highly recommend going to NMU.
I wish the dining halls had better alternative diet options.
Great professors, helpful people, overall nice people.
The weather can be cold, but overall it is a great school.
I love the location and everything this university has to offer!!
The university could benefit from having more on-campus activities and clubs.
Northern Michigan University was one of my two choices for college. I decided to choose Northern because my sister was still going there, and my grandparents were both retired professors from Northern. The campus is beautiful, and the community in Marquette makes going to school really fun. I have had the opportunity to participate in many events put on in the community, and Marquette now feels like a second home.
The amount of snow we get is a little crazy sometimes. Also, Northern is struggling with providing a lot of resources for mental health to all students.