|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Northwestern-St Paul Students||5%||12%||77%||9%||0%||1%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||0%||2%||0%|
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100% of students
I love the community here, it is very God-focused and spiritually rewarding as well as provides restful spaces for studying and naps:)
The dining hall has fairly decent food, however, it gets boring after a while. The coffee in the cafe is great at first but gets boring at the end of the year because I'm so used to it.
I would have to say that attending UNWSP has significantly positively impacted my life and exceeded my expectations. My experience so far at UNWSP is beyond what I could have ever imagined. I have been incredibly fortunate to have tremendous support from UNWSP from my Academic Advisor, Disability Services/Academic Achievement Center, Writing Center, and Library staff to a supportive Professor that helped me my first year in college. My writing Professor went out of her way to ensure I would succeed, and she was available to me anytime I needed help with my homework. This experience has taught me that the University of Northwestern-St. Paul wants students to succeed and will do whatever it takes to make that happen. As aforementioned, The University of Northwestern-St. Paul has had a positive impact on my life, and I am forever grateful for an incredible experience.
I do not have anything negative to say about UNWSP.
I loved how much the professors care about our education and well-being. Not only do they want us to succeed in their class they also want us to succeed in life. I also really liked going to chaple, my favorite being the Friday chaple.
One thing I don't like is that they have certain rules about where you can live while being a UNW student and under the age of 21. For example as an 18 year old you are either allowed to live in the dorms, with your parents, or if you are married, with your husband/wife.