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Reviews 309 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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1 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: too much hassle with worst teachers that obviously don't care

1 College Senior

Overall Experience: My favorite is to just go home and study.

College Senior

Student Body: Students have their own little small groups and hardly speak with anyone, pretty much they are there to be there and go home

College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: wished that I would get a refund of this program and attend another program that was out there for a long time than to go to a program that just started, its horrible. Hopefully they'll shut down the program soon.

College Senior

Career Services: The quality is like going to 7-eleven and buying a cup of coffee where coffee spills, sticky surfaces, trash everywhere, wouldn't recommend this school. Period

1 College Senior

Academic Experience: My minor is massage therapy, A new teacher came, and gave us online work. Honestly what are we spending our money on when majority our class work is based off online ? What a waste of money to attend class when the teacher is just reading the powerpoints and just asking questions that has nothing to do with the subject if so it wouldn't make exact sense.

1 College Senior

Academic Experience: The class registration process was horrible its hard to explain. Never attend this school

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: Navarro College is the worst school to attend if you want to achieve a certificate in massage therapy, They do not have tutoring services, if you seriously care about your grades and future this is not the program to attend to, if you need help with your assignments the teachers are going to tell you to research it and find out from there, I feel like my money was wasted by attending this program, the teachers are lazy, careless, negative, and always worried about how they want us students to learn besides having other techniques to learn the material. The program has been recently opened around 2013 - 2014, Why would you have a program opened on campus and not have no tutoring services particularly for the program of massage therapy? That's like having a Hotel with no Human Resources. Trust this review it is that horrible!!!!!! Students in the class would complain about the assignments but not address the issue. For me particularly I went to the dean to get some type of help or if they would let the teacher know that their teaching skills sucks and it is like copy and paste method, they always read from the Power Points all semester, I did not learn a damn thing from the power points, it would be best to just research a school you may think you want to attend to before you pull out our hard earn money to it. I HIGHLY DONT RECCOMMEND GOING TO THIS SCHOOL PERIOD!!!!!! use your money wisely.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Navarro College tries to fit your schedule. Most students also have jobs, and the school understands and tries to have courses available whenever you are.

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Be involved! Going to Navarro can be hard and lonely, especially if you live off campus. Join clubs and have study groups and talk to professors! Put yourself out there and network. Most people at Navarro are friendly, so just be open and ready to listen and you'll find friends.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: It's hit or miss when trying to find a good professor, so ask around. Navarro is a small school, so student to faculty ratio is generally pretty good and class sizes are pretty small.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Navarro has a good network that will take you places if you get involved. The school offers several certifications, such as welding and John Deer Tech that put graduates straight into the work force.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: A lot of classes have an online element to them. All math homework is done online and counts towards your grade. Computer Science courses are done largely online as well. I have never encountered any problems, but a few people have difficulties. You can almost always find faculty or staff who are willing to help you if you ask.

3 College Junior

Student Body: The overall attitude of students towards academics at Navarro is disappointing. A lot of people act like they're still in high school and don't take college seriously. You can and will find people who actually care about academics, but they are in the minority. There are a surprising number of clubs and organizations on campus such as Student Government, American Honors, P.R.I.S.M. (LBGQ), Baptist Student Ministry, and United Christian Fellowship, just to name a few. I highly recommend getting involved in whichever ones you want. The school is also surprisingly racially and culturally diverse, considering its urban setting. Almost everyone on campus is very accepting and friendly.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Navarro is the financially smart option. If you're choosy about the courses and professors you take, you will get an excellent education for a fraction of the cost you would elsewhere.

4 College Junior

Career Services: Navarro College has a good network. A lot of the professors there once attended the university themselves. Navarro also offers scholarships to graduating students with good grades who are transferring to pursue a higher educations elsewhere.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: For the money, I am getting an excellent education that will prepare me to transfer to a good four-year university. Most of my professors have doctorate degrees and I feel that the workload that most of them hand out will prepare me for more difficult courses later in my academic career.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Ask around before you choose your professor! It's either hit our miss at Navarro. You could end up with a professor that challenges and helps you and went to Baylor and Oxford, or you could end up with an absent-minded professor who should have retired 20 years ago and who puts his entire class to sleep. I have had both at Navarro.

When registering for classes, it is important to make sure that the classes you want to take will transfer to your school of choice, especially if you want to transfer to a better school or out of state. The counselors do not always know what they are talking about, so make sure you see at least two or get a second opinion and do your research.

If you want to transfer to a good school, I highly recommend applying to be in the American Honors program there. Your courses will be challenging, your professors will be the best there, you'll be surrounded by students who really care about academics, and you will be able to talk to academic advisors who actually knows what they're talking about and will help you a lot in your transfer process.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Because Navarro College is in a small town, it is hard to find things to do. However, there are some campus activities and clubs that don't totally suck. My advise is to be involved. The library is actually really great and is one of the newest buildings on campus. It is a great place to study. The campus itself is beautiful with brick buildings and nice landscaping. The vibe on campus is less pleasant. It often feels like a lot of people there still have a high school mentality and act childishly. You just have to find your group that you vibe with and get involved in activities. Your experience at Navarro can be a good one, but you do have to work for it.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Barely in debt so I cant complain

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Most of them are understanding.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I love music and want to teach it.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: If you need it, its there

5 College Junior

Student Body: They always have something planned

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Ita overall a cheap school.

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