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Reviews 18 total reviews with an average rating of 4

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5 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: There is no drug scene at New Saint Andrews College.

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4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There are several inexpensive options within a couple blocks of the campus, from coffee shops to bakeries to a natural food Co-op. Wheatberries, a bakery, has everything half off after 2 pm, and Bucer's has delicious soups, quiches, and paninis.

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4 College Freshman

Scholarships: My financial aid went fine, the Financial Aid director makes sure to keep things working like clockwork.

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4 College Freshman

Academics: The classes here are very challenging and rewarding. Not only do you gain new knowledge, but you grow as an individual learning about foreign material.

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1 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: There are hardly any Apartments close to Campus, and mostly hotels. They are also far from campus.

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3 College Freshman

Academics: All through my Freshmen year i have been challenged while attending Saint Andrews University. The class sizes are small, encouraging debate, and bringing various opinions to consideration, and the atmosphere is very lively. Professors love to work with students by any and all means, failure here means that you just didn't try.

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5 College Freshman

Transportation: Most students live within walking distance of the school, so transportation is not an issue. There is also a free public bus, and people in the community as well as students with cars are very generous to give rides if a students needs to get get somewhere out of walking distance.

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4 College Freshman

Computers: It's a small school with relatively little need for computers, so the number of computers in the library is plenty. Most students use laptop, and the Wifi is easily accessible. Printing is 10 cents a copy and easy to access.

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: The difficulty with getting scholarships at NSA is that it is not government accredited. This makes many scholarships unavailable also affects taxes. However, Paideia is a non-profit scholarship committee that provides scholarships to NSA exclusively, and I was able to receive quite a bit of scholarships money from them. NSA also provides academic scholarships and gave me an additional grant my first year. The school itself does a fantastic job with its resources, but I'm giving it a B because of the relative difficulty of getting scholarships for this school.

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College Sophomore

Majors: It's a true liberal arts college. They offer one degree: Liberal Arts. The classes and instructors are incredible and life-changing.

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3 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: Grocery Store – There aren't dorms at NSA. Students are encouraged to board with a family or rent a house/apartment. They want their students to learn the responsibility of paying rent and living with other people, in a mature environment. If you board with a family they will provide a number of meals (usually dinners) which are most often great. If you are renting then the "Campus Dining" is what you buy and cook yourself. It's your choice.

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5 College Sophomore

Nightlife: Most people think going to college is an opportunity to drink and have sex.
What a sad debauched view of higher education. The Nightlife at NSA is usually full of homework, yet also tons of fun. There are tons of "parties", climbing the mountain, watching movies, walking the palouse, cigar smoking, house parties etc. none being the expected drunken stupors of today's college life. I've had a number of dull nights, but also some of the best nights I've had.

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4 College Student

Computers: If you are going to apply to NSA, plan on having your own computer. They don't have computer labs. They do, however have relatively reliable internet access. Although there is a campus printer, everyone is expected to have their own supplies, etc.

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5 College Student

Local Atmosphere: NSA Community – NSA is located in a small town on the border of Idaho and Washington. It is a college town, since WSU, UofI, and NSA are all within 20 miles of Moscow, Id. It is populated with a wide variety of people. There are the permanent residents of all ages, hippies, and college students. It creates a very healthy atmosphere with no lack of variety.

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4 College Student

Academics: Professors at NSA – The professors at NSA are all learned in their fields and love what they teach. They inspire their students to greatness,to strive for their best. They are all Reformed Christians and incorporate their beliefs into the college curriculum and the students.

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5 College Sophomore

Nightlife: Awesome (But Safe) – Nightlife almost always involves a party. Whether it's a dinner party, study group, sports event, or just a party party, there's always something going on. Students try to make everything they do fun and glorifying to God, whether it is reading an insane amount of pages or playing group games.

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5 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: Couldn't Be Better – The students at NSA are great. We all mingle well together and there is a lot of accountability to be honoring to each other. There's a diverse collection of interests which helps keep the school vibrant and healthy. We love to party, even in the midst of a strenuous workload. Relationships here are great because people are encouraged to enter into a relationship only if it is going to be 'serious,' not just for fun. And everyone is held to biblical standards in the way they conduct themselves.

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4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: No Worries: Fun and Safe – At New Saint Andrews, I feel incredibly safe. The students there are accountable to good moral standards by the faculty and the community. However, these standards are not oppressive to students. Rather, we have lots of fun and are encouraged to do so safely by the faculty. Watch out for some pranksters, but in general, NSA is a fun and safe place to go to school.

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