Eastern Nazarene College Summary

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Basic Statistics

Location
Quincy, MA
Website
www.enc.edu
Full-Time Undergrads
1,302
Part-Time Undergrads
21
Setting
Small city
In-State Tuition
$26,884
Out-of-State Tuition
$26,884
Room & Board
$8,700
Acceptance Rate
60 %
Admission Difficulty
Average
Average SAT Scores
1230–1640
Average ACT Scores
18–23

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Eastern Nazarene Student Reviews

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4 College Sophomore

Nightlife: The ENC campus is located only two miles outside of Boston. Many different restaurants and events are open and take place during the evening and often late into the night. While most students at ENC choose to stay on campus to study during the typical college night life, Boston is a very close and convenient MBTA ride away for those who want to go out and have some fun.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: The campus has very strict rules on alcohol and drug use. Anyone attending the university, wether of age or not, is not permitted to drink alcohol or use drugs. It is a smoke-free campus. There are strict visiting hours when students of the opposite gender are allowed into the dorms of members of the opposite sex. The campus is a Nazarene (Cristian) based campus, so they follow strictly by the faith and the rules that the Nazarene church has set up to guide everyone into living more holy and fulfilled lives.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Choosing to attend Eastern Nazarene College was by far the best decision about my college career that I have made. As soon as I stepped foot on campus I felt welcomed and at home. Although it is a small campus, I have found that many different opportunities have come my way that I would not have had at a larger institution. Class sizes usually fall around 20-25 students. Larger classes rarely reach more than 50 students and are often only so full because they are general education courses.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Before I even attended my first day of classes I had a job on campus. The cafeteria is alway hiring and other job opportunities such as the school mailroom and teacher aid positions often come along as well. Allowing students to work on campus during their time at ENC gives them a feel for what life will be like working after. Opportunities such as being a lab aid for a professor give students extremely good work history to put on their resumes for applying to graduate school.

1 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Obtaining off-campus housing during undergraduate years at Eastern Nazarene College is extremely difficult. There are certain requirements that must be met before someone is allowed to live off-campus; for example one can either live with a family member in the area, or be over the age of 25 (which most undergraduates aren't). The cost and convince of living on campus make it not worth arguing to try to get permission from the school to live off campus.

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