Location
Dunbar, WI
Undergrads
360
Tuition
$13,080
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
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Reviews 32 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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College Sophomore

Greek Life: There's no "Greek Life", fraternities, or sorority groups on campus.

3 College Sophomore

Diversity: There's not too much diversity on campus among people, except for the occasional international student. The campus is Christian oriented, so most of the students share the faith. Politics is pretty diverse. Most students seem to have an average economic background of the typical not too poor, but not that rich.

5 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: My campus is the safest campus in the nation, I must say! The campus is small enough that most of the students know each other and feel like family to each other. There's a regular nurse on campus for health concerns, and security guards making sure the campus is secure. The whole campus feels safe, secure, and family-like.

4 College Sophomore

Athletics: Volleyball and basketball are the greatest at my school. The school's teams are very enthusiastic and have the best sportsmanship I have seen. The school spirit and fan support are through the roof! Almost the whole college attends their games, dressed up in their team's colors, always trying to out cheer the rival team's fans.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: The student life in campus is very good. The atmostphere and architect are beautiful, The big library with many books of many kind. Many active for student and events are quiet permanent

2 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living in a campus is quiet good, students will not have to struggle with the rent, the cost is cheap and it's convenience to go to class but still happens quite a fistfight, bullying and hours are not comfortable

1 College Freshman

Drug Safety: Most of student use alcohol and some of them use drug, They are not use at schools but in all parties. I do not use any types of stimulants so I want an environment with no drug and less alcohol

3 College Freshman

Transportation: I just need a bus which near to my location

3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: I want a menu low-fat, protein, an airy dining hall

3 College Freshman

Weather: The weather is fine, it's cool, not too cold or too hot and dry

2 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I need an off-campus housing for rent for cheap but safe and average comfortable. No parking but near to public transportation

3 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: It is in the middle of no where so there arent a lot of options.

4 College Freshman

Campus Dining: New Dining Hall Plus Catering – The food is GREAT! I love it, especially in comparison to last year's. Now I actually look forward to the meals, and I'm often curious what's on the menu for the next meal.

4 College Freshman

Parking: If you have a car, it will be really easy for you to find a parking spot, since we have the policy of not driving your car between classes. For commuters, there is mostly extra parking.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Distance Is the Issue – Once you actually get to a town where there is a variety of dining, it's good! It's really good food here in Wisconsin, but the problem is transportation and distance. It takes about half an hour to get to a place where there's variety. So all in all, it's good if you have a car, plus gas money.

5 College Sophomore

Academics: So Much to Learn . . . So Little Time – I am currently Bible, Counseling, and Speech Majors. I believe all three of these programs are very strong. The teachers for all of my courses are very knowledgable and really desire to help students in any way they can. The facilities for Speech exhibitions are not the greatest, but what they lack in equipment, they make up in enthusiasm!

4 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: Away from the Crowds – Northland is located in a very rural setting. The nearest town is approximately 20 minutes away. The local attitude towards students is very positive, but many of the students prefer to stay on campus most of the time.

5 College Sophomore

Diversity: Internationals Rule! Northland has people from all over the world on campus. International students have special activities together to help them through culture shock and to laugh at the many things Americans do. Even though we students come from every part of the globe, we have a bond that transcend race: our faith in Christ. As a result, I have considered visiting other countries and have at least one friend on every continent and major island.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Dorm Life – The girl's dorms are pretty nice, although the dorm staff can be strict. If you are looking to have fun and break a few rules, Timberside dorms are the best. For practical purposes such as storage, laundry, kitchen, and exercise facilities the brick dorm is better.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Mary's Place - the Only Place Out of Town and Off Campus – Northland's campus is isolated in the sense that the closest town is about 15 minutes away. Students are limited in their dining options, but the food at Mary's Place makes up for the lack in diverstiy. Mary's Place has a small town, comfortable feeling that serves hearty meals. The portions are big, the food is tasty, and the menu is diverse. Make sure to save some room for a slice of one of her delicious pies!

3 College Sophomore

Computers: Northland's Technology – The access to computer labs, printing, and wireless internet is great. At times the internet is down or very slow which can be aggravating when you are working on projects, but you can still usually get the work done in time. Printing at times can be hectic because they only have one print release station for about 600 students, so having your own printer can be helpful for last minute projects. Having your own computer isn't a necessity but it definitely makes life a lot easier. Overall, the computers at Northland are reliable and help get the job done.

3 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: The Middle of Nowhere – Northland is out in the middle of nowhere. Our campus is about about 30 minutes away from the nearest walmart. But it does help you to get close to the people on campus.

5 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: Everyone one on campus is extremely friendly. I have never been to a campus where I feel more welcome.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: It's Great Here! I personally am not a student here yet, but I visited last year and it is the best of all the colleges I have looked into. Everyone is so friendly, and the teachers really, genuinly care about your well being and spiritual life. It's such a wonderful thing to be called by the admissions counselor and asked how they can pray for you. I am so exsctatic about going next semester!

5 College Freshman

Weather: SNOW! SNOW! SNOW! If you like snow, then go to Northland. It will only inhibit your activities should you be scared of driving in such weather or come from a place where it is unheard of. Otherwise, Northland does a very good job of making sure its students are safe and providing safe roads for their drivers.

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