Location
Niceville, FL
Undergrads
2,758
Tuition (in-state)
$11,376 ($3,004)
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Reviews 362 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think you are getting what you pay for. Most people use this school as a stepping stone onto a larger university. The classes are mainly for getting a basic AA or AS degree and completing general study classes, in which they do very well in and are pretty cheap. Tuition is cheap and fair, scholarships are easy to get, especially if you are a resident. Financial aid process was easy, they did most of the work.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: Some classes are only offered at specific time, so that can be difficult to work around. But in general the staff is wonderful and easy to work with. It's a small school so they can get personal and work with your schedule. I've been helped into squeezing into an already full class easily.

5 College Junior

Student Body: There's an entire potluck of students here that can accommodate to anyone's set of social interaction and way of life. You get a decent flavor or each denomination in accordance to student cliches, and everyone get's along to the best degree. The diversity is tremendous, covering over all sorts of ways of life, and no one is left excluded or ever put down.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is reasonable and easy to pay-off without any hassle, and the financial aid is very efficient and supportive in covering expenses made!

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The classes/curriculum are very flexible and cohesive to my life.

4 College Junior

Facilities: The facilities are comfortable and easy to relax in. You're able to be anywhere and have a nice time to study or research without any disturbance.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: All the teachers are experienced, friendly, and helpful. The students are easy to get along with, and everything you need in order to review or learn is in an arm's reach.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computer system is easy to understand and gain access too. The network isn't difficult, slow, or otherwise a pain, and if you even need help, anyone, from students to faculty, are willing to lend a hand.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: We have an auditorium in our school that hosts symphony orchestras, broadway plays, and many other great arts. We have baseball, softball, basketball, and many available clubs that one can join.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: Class discussion pages are great. Ability to contact instructors is great. Timely update of grades is great.

College Student

Career Services: I have not looked into this.

4 College Student

Overall Experience: I took a dual course known as Camp Glee with Christa Whittaker and two other teachers, all were very invested in the classes and the students, and pushed us to do even better than our best.

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5 College Student

Facilities: We have some amazing stuff here at NWFSC, including the Mattie-Kelly Arts Center.

5 College Student

Campus Resources: They have obstacle training courses, an art center, and an amazing gym. The library is huge, the have many activities year round such as musicals, District one thespian festival, film making, etc.

College Student

Campus Resources: I've not needed much access to anything but the wifi.

4 College Student

Academic Experience: Most of the professors are very understanding and are always ready to help, the curriculum is understandable, the registration process is simple, the workload is medium and easy.

College Student

Academic Experience: The don't really have much for my selected major here.

4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: I'm actually a dual enrolled student, and the courses are mostly covered for me so it's a definite plus.

3 College Student

Academic Flexibility: I haven't really had any problems myself.

3 College Student

Online Courses: It's alright, it all depends on the teachers though.

4 College Student

Student Body: At NWFSC the student body is very diverse, and everyone I've met is hardworking and very interested in they're courses. They're not very judgmental and very open to new people.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: There is a lot of homework to do, but not too much. Also the professors mainly speak of their real world experience with what we are learning.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Most of the professors are super friendly and enjoy watching students learn, They make it their goal to teach us what we need to know for real world experience.
If there is a class you really want, you better register the day registration begins, because classes fill quickly.
Its hard to juggle so much homework with life but its manageable.
There are plenty of study opportunities at the school and a program to transfer to UWF.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: The gym is great. Although it is small, it has the major equipment and open to anyone 16 or older with a college ID.
The student lounge is filled with board games, a TV and sitting area, It is close to the cafeteria and book store.
The library is super nice. The downstairs is more group work/ lap top oriented. The upstairs is made for individual work and has tables as well as a few computers.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: If you use a campus printer, you must pay a $2.00 printing fee. There are a few computer lavs throughout the campus but most have broken printers.
The wifi is slow and unreliable in most buildings.

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Administration Administration This is the administration building at Northwest Florida State college; it is located at the main entrance on the main campus in Niceville.
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Tyler Scafidi
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I have lived in many parts of the Southeastern region of the United States my entire life; from southeast Florida to southwest Mississippi.
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Many students at Northwest Florida State College find that they have been immersed in a relaxing atmosphere. The campus is not quite as large as major universities. But for a junior college, it has an ample amount of resources. The main university is in Niceville, but there are five or six satellite campuses located throughout northwest Florida. New student housing is being constructed and is almost completed.

Other students feel like the campus is too small or that most of the teachers are inaccessible outside of the classroom. Most professors have very tight schedules and require strong time-management skills to fulfill their obligations. Some instructors are more helpful than others, but you have to catch them at the right time.

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