Location
Bethlehem, PA
Undergrads
4,668
Tuition (in-state)
$11,610 ($7,830)
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Reviews 464 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: they just do the fafsa, no actual financial aid application. makes it harder for students with no money when they can barely afford the tuition without any help from the school

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: There's nothing to do, so I spend time at ESU with my friends

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I'm currently transferring to East Stroudsburg University and awaiting to see how my credits will transfer

College Senior

Online Courses: I never took an online class before

3 College Senior

Student Body: It's a mix up of nerds and genuinely smart people

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: My major is awesome! My classes are great but some classes are required at night, but thankfully they usually give online classes as well.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Great registration process, easy to apply.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I love the online classes! Its awesome to not waste gas and time when I can take classes right from home

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are variety of resources on campus! A great gym, student center, library, lots of clubs and get to-gethers.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computers are great at the school. Lately they've had a lot of problems with the network.

2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is very cheap. But me being only 21 with a part-time job, is still hard to pay for. I do live with my parents but I pay for my education on my own...the financial services don't care about that! So I wish I could get financial aid because it's a struggle. I would recommend saving first before you attend (if you are a student with limited income).

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Awesome college with a huge cafe, library, and lots of advising services to help you go where you need too!

4 College Junior

Student Body: Northampton is a great school if you're looking to save some money as opposed to a 4 year school. They have a wide variety of majors to choose from! The professors are great and believe that just because this is a community college, it doesn't mean we can't get the same education as opposed to a 4 year school. I love it here!

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My greatest experience was meeting the love of my life and now the father of our first child. Secondly, my greatest experience was being introduced to the Disney College Program. I was able to work at Disney in Orlando, FL for nine months. My third greatest experience will be meeting wonderful people and finding that I am way more of a better person than I ever thought I could be.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: The fact that it is so diverse and you are able to meet and greet without feeling uncomfortable!

3 College Freshman

Career Services: I am guessing the post-grad services are okay considering the fact that I didn't reach that point yet. I do hear from many friends and associates that it has been an easy process and it is worth any hassle they may go through.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I can't express how happy I am that I made the choice to stay home and go to my community college. It has saved me so much money. Financial aid is also wonderful because it has really helped me to pursue more than I ever thought I could. The only thing I wish was better is that the faculty for the financial aid office was more on top of the process and knowing some more of the ins and outs of financial aid. My advice will be to apply early for everything, especially financial aid.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: Flexibility isn't hard to achieve. You make your own schedule and time. The hassle is usually in the beginning when you are trying to get into a class that may be full, in other words, always apply early even if your not sure. Another piece of advice is to make sure you have all your paperwork when registering and applying for anything; it saves your time.

5 College Freshman

Campus Resources: What better way to stay in shape than to work out at the gym or play basketball in the court. There is also a tennis and basketball court outdoors. The student center (student lifezone) is always live. There are shows, sessions for help or even just information about many subjects, music, games, you name it. Overall, the student life is amazing.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: There are five main computer halls to choose from that are accessible to you. The printing is good, you are able to print up to ten pages at a time. There is also copying and fax machines that you are able to use. The network is usually up to par and you are even able to get wifi on your phone or other electronic device. If you have your own computer, that's a plus; but the school always has your back.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Business is business! Business runs the world in many ways which is why I enjoy it the most. With business, there is so many ways you can study it and there are ins and outs of to what kind of business you want to be a part of whether it's owning a business or being behind the scenes. The workload can sometimes be a lot but what's the work without it? The classes are great; there is a variety to choose from and there are also many jobs that are available to you.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: No matter the major you are, you are able to succeed with great classes under your belt and wonderful teachers who know the ins and outs of your major. If you are ever having an issue, there is always help available even if it involves a tutor, advisor, professor, or even the dean.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: Though I am more of an hands on person, being able to tap into your computer and do your work is a great benefit when you are a parent or even if you work a lot as a person. The workload can definitely be different and maybe sometimes a bit much, but you are able to catch up and always ask questions. The registration process isn't so hard either considering the fact that it is as easy as doing it for on campus. The thing that makes online school somewhat difficult is that everything is packed into a couple of weeks instead of a couple of months.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: The best thing about my college is that it is so diverse and it makes you want to engage in more clubs due to it. When you first walk into the cafeteria, there are several different flags that represent all students who attend my college and those who have graduated from here.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I will be transferring at the end of this year so I hope credits are easy to work with, my classes have always been offered different times throughout the week so I've had many options to choose from.

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