|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Northwest Nazarene University Students||6%||11%||70%||21%||1%||6%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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The best thing about NNU is the community on campus. NNU is full of faculty, staff, and students who truly care for one another.
I think that the most unfortunate thing about NNU is the price.
I loved my experience at NNU. The only reason I left was that schooling there is so so expensive. If you can afford it, I definitely suggest attending!
It was very expensive. If you are looking into nursing there are some adjustments that could be made.
The nursing program has so many opportunities and the professors work really hard to help you graduate. I've had professors, and open summer classes, just for a few students so that we still graduated on time. They really want to see you succeed, and because it's a small program they actually have time to do that for you. Students that graduate from here also get better job offers than students from other schools, and get picked for jobs over students from other schools.
The dining hall is the worst. If you can live off-campus and feed yourself, do it. One meal swipe is up to $13 per meal. McDonald's would be cheaper than the meal plan.
Though it is a smaller campus, it is a more tight-knit community at NNU. Community is the first word everyone thinks about when you say NNU, and for good reason too. It is the most caring, supportive, and invested place I have ever been in my life.
The food is decent and there are some early classes, but if you enjoy learning and are flexible with many meal options, you would love it here!