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Reviews 326 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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3 College Junior

Campus Dining: The food tastes decent.. but the price of the food is absolutely ridiculous!

3 College Junior

Athletics: Athletics are so fun to watch but if you aren't on a team you may not fit in and the workout facility sucks if you aren't an athlete.

3 College Junior

Guys & Girls: The athletic teams are fun to hang out with.

4 College Junior

Facilities: St. Norbert College has a great campus life, there are always things to do and almost everything is in walking distance!

4 College Junior

Facilities: St. Norbert is the only Norbertine college in the world and the professors truly care about you and are wiling to help you succeed anyway possible.

5 College Junior

Nightlife: The nightlife is a lot of fun! Underage nightlife may be a little less but there are things to do. Transportation is free on the bus system.

4 College Junior

Campus Dining: The food is great the cost is bad. There are many options for everyone around campus and the caf has a lot of options daily and change it up often. The cost for it though is high.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid process is easy but getting more money is the difficult part. They are willing to give scholarships and grants for hard work and good grades but there is still a lot of left over tuition that comes out of pocket.

3 College Junior

Campus Strictness: The dorms have strict policies. There is no alcohol allowed, no visitors of the opposite gender are allowed to stay overnight, and quiet hours are strict. The quiet hours were the biggest problem for me but you are given warnings so there are not many consequences.

4 College Junior

Academics: The professors are great and easy to communicate with. They want to help you succeed and push you to your highest potential. Registration is fairly based off how many credits you have. The workload is not too much and the study abroad program is great and there are people to help you plan.

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5 College Junior

Academics: For me, being an education major is a great fit for me so the aspects of the program are very fun. The workload is pretty easy but you do have to work hard.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There is a good amount of restaurants around campus but are mostly chain restaurants. There is a fair amount of unique restaurants and are fun to visit. Oneida street is a great place to go to find anything that fits your taste.

3 College Junior

Parking: Pricing for a permit is good and reasonable but parking is often limited. Finding a spot close to your dorm is a lucky day but the other lots aren't that far either. (But are a pain to walk from in the middle of winter.)

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: I really like the people. I feel like I am at my home away from home. Some of the relationships I have already made I know are lifelong. The academics are awesome and I know that when I say I graduated from St. Norbert College that will be a very positive thing. If I didn't have to pay for it, I would stay for many more than 4 years.

2 College Junior

Computers: The wi-fi is not good. There are a good amount of computers in the library and there is never a time where all computers are being used. Printing is pretty good, I have never used all my printing money but I also had my own printer and printed some things using that.

5 College Junior

Majors: Being in the education program at St. Norbert is awesome. It is good that we get field experience already by Sophomore year so if you decide that education is not for you, you have time to change your major. The teachers are all great and you get to know the people in the same program really well because many classes are taken together. The job opportunities in the area are great for education students and it is pretty easy to find part tie jobs for students pertaining to being a teacher or working with kids.

4 College Junior

Majors: I personally just got an internship for the summer at a zoo teaching classes for children. The career services is a very useful tool to use because they give everything you need. They have a website that had a lot of internships that are easy to apply for, they have resume review and help, and interview practice. It is very helpful and they prepared me well for my internship that I got.

3 College Junior

Greek Life: I don't know a lot about the Greek life. There are sororities, fraternities, and social groups. There is no specific Greek housing. Non-Greeks do not view Greeks in any specific way.

3 College Junior

Diversity: Campus is very accepting towards everyone. It is not too diverse though. There are people of different ethnicities and nationalities but not a large amount.

3 College Junior

Facilities: The library is awesome. The campus center and other study buildings are great. The athletic building should be updated (with a pool). There are campus activities often and they are a lot of fun and open for everyone. The activities are awesome and fun to get to know everyone on campus.

5 College Junior

Facilities: I really like the small community aspect of campus. Everyone is warm and welcoming and the atmosphere is awesome. Being on a small campus, you form great relationships with your professors and the staff which is helpful for you. The career center and the professors and there to help you and want to help you succeed. Really everyone around campus including the librarians, lunch people, admissions and financial people are very friendly and it's great to form relationships you never thought you would.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: It is a little more difficult to get off campus housing because for freshmen through juniors they want you to still live on campus so many times if you apply for off campus as an underclassman you are not likely to get it. Seniors and junior have the best luck but there are limited options around the area that is still close enough to campus.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: I have gotten lucky with where I have been abel to live but I know a lot of people do not like the lottery system at St. Norbert. They are attempting to make campus a full residential college so the school just bought apartments so students have more places to live on campus. Because it is so expensive, many students would like to live off campus but there are not many options for that. The dorms in general are nice. I think they have a stereotypical college feel.

4 College Junior

Athletics: I really enjoy the athletics at my school. I personally do not participate in any varsity sports but have participated in intramural sports. The sporting life is a lot of fun and school spirit is awesome! One big downfall is that there is no pool. I was a swimmer in high school and I definitely would have taken advantage of a pool here. The sporting equipment and facilities could definitely be updated. The sporting clubs are also fun and very inclusive. I participated in the rowing club my freshman year and had a lot of fun getting to know some new people right away!

3 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: Campus safety and RAs are pretty strict about underage drinking and parties.


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