Location
Nashua, NH
Undergrads
564
Tuition
$15,090
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 57 total reviews with an average rating of 3.3

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5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The best part of Daniel Webster's location is that there is a lot to do around the school. There are plenty of chain restaurants however there are also many places native to the Nashua area including a diner right next to campus at the Nashua airport. The food is delicious, inexpensive and convenient.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: The campus is very well lit and campus safety is very conveniently placed on campus. The health center is not something many people use however it is there in case of emergency. Daniel Webster is also very close to several hospitals in the area.

5 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: Faculty is only really strict when it is necessary to be. The honor code is huge on campus. Cheating and plagiarism are not tolerated at all on campus.

4 College Freshman

Campus Dining: The dining hall is almost always open however they only cook during certain times of the day. There are many options for every meal including a sandwich and salad bar as well as ice cream and cereal that are available at any time of the day. Every Wednesday the dining hall has café late night where they make smoothies and smores for anyone who wants one.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: The best part of off campus is housing isn't really off campus at all. Daniel Webster has apartments people are able to live in off of the actual campus. They are the same cost as living in a dorm however they function as an apartment. The residents of these are still allowed all of the benefits that living on campus would give them.

3 College Freshman

Nightlife: The only parties that people usually go to are held on campus. There is not much for nightlife in Nashua.

5 College Freshman

Parking: Parking is always readily available for all students. There is no cost for parking permits and all people are allowed a car on campus. Finding a parking spot is not usually an issue except for days when parents and family are allowed to visit. The only issue is that the lots are not always well kept in the winter. They would definitely benefit from more salt and plowing in the winter time.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: There are always events going on around campus. The various clubs try to hold something every month and they always bring a lot of people out of their dorms. The study rooms are placed all throughout campus so when the library closes there is still a quiet place to go to study. Perhaps the best tradition is the fact that bagpipes are played every year at graduation and during orientation. It makes a really nice bookend effect and makes everyone feel like they are part of the same group.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: The only really unique thing about the school is how much attention is paid to the resident versus commuter life. They really try to make both groups feel at home on campus and are constantly trying to get the two groups together to get to know each other.

4 College Freshman

Academics: Psychology is still a relatively new major on campus but the faculty is wonderful. They already have a large variety of classes for the major including the History of Psychology and Sociology of Disasters. The workload is not overwhelming as long as you keep on top of the work and professors are always more than willing to help if it is needed. Homeland Security is very highly respected on campus however it, like many other majors on campus, are very male oriented. The classes are fun and there are never more than 20 or so students in a class.

4 College Freshman

Academics: The professors and other faculty on campus are wonderful. Since its a small campus everyone really takes the time to get to know all of the students. They all go out of their way to help and do what they can without asking all kinds of questions. The amount of classes is always expanding and every semester something new is being offered.

5 College Freshman

Drug Safety: Most of the students on campus do not pay attention to drugs or alcohol. There are parties on campus however they are handled quickly by faculty and do no tend to get out of hand. I have never personally experienced nor heard of drug use being an issue on campus at all. Some people however have been removed from campus for drinking. Alcohol and drug use or not tolerated on campus.

3 College Freshman

Transportation: The campus is small therefore students are only able to rely on public transportation, which though its free, is not always reliable. Students are however allowed to have their own cars on campus, even as freshmen. Parking is available for all students and there is no fee for parking passes.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: Since the campus is small, it is a division III campus. The sports teams work hard but are not known for winning a lot of games. The gym and exercise equipment is available to everyone on campus which is a really nice amenity. The gym has really great hours. It is usually open really early in the morning and stays open relatively late at night as well.

4 College Freshman

Computers: The printing for all students is free no matter how many pages or how often someone may print. The labs are open until midnight most days of the week and even later on weekends. Tech support is readily available however they are not always the most helpful people to turn to. The Wi-Fi works really well however you have to get your device registered at the tech desk before you are allowed to use it.

4 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: Since I have been attending Daniel Webster, there have been plenty of sports games that you can go to. A great thing is the location of the campus, students can take city buses to get around town. There are plenty of stores extremely close by you can get there by walking, driving, or the bus. Also there are about a handful of clubs you can join.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I am a commuter, but I have seen the dorms and they aren't the best in the world. Upperclassman have better dorms and they offer townhouses for students.

4 College Freshman

Diversity: Upon going to freshman orientation I learned that there were plenty of students that were from other countries or had dual citizenship with other countries. Everyone seems to get along with everyone, I am only a commuter so I am unaware if anything does happen when I'm not there. However there is a big diversity of ethnics and religions in the student body.

1 Recent Alumnus

Facilities: I don't feel that anything about this school sets it apart from others. Once they got rid of the flight program, many students and professors transferred schools. The flight program is what this school was founded on and what really used to set it apart, but they are now just another small college.

3 Recent Alumnus

Drug Safety: There is a very strict drug policy at the school. There are a few people who were expelled for drug usage. They are reasonably strict on people having parties and drinking. You can have a party as long as it doesn't get too loud. People don't normally pressure others to drink or do drugs, but you would feel weird if you were the only one not drinking.

3 Recent Alumnus

Facilities: The school does try hard to make events for students. More events, however, are uninteresting and do not attract many students. There is no good place to study except for your own room because the library is often filled with noisy people watching TV (yes there is a TV in the library!). The volleyball court is a fun place to hang out.

3 Recent Alumnus

Weather: A lot of snow in the winter time. Classes are not often cancelled which is fine for on-campus students, but very difficult for commuters.

1 Recent Alumnus

Academics: Very few professors who seem to care about the students. Many professors are not knowledgeable about the topic they are teaching and cannot answer questions from students. I took a computer architecture course and we did absolutely no hands-on or relevant assignments throughout the semester. I did not understand anything about the class and still managed to pass with a B+. Overall I feel as if I have learned more through my internship than in my four years of schooling at this school.

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2 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a lot of selections for off campus dining..

3 College Junior

Campus Strictness: Campus Security – Here at this college we have security, and the students here respect each other and the school.

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