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Reviews 125 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Flexibility in the nursing program is not very high. It is a set course schedule and missing even one class can put you far behind. Transferring credits was no problem at all.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I have only taken a few online classes, and they do differ greatly. I think the courses and educators themselves are great, I just don't have enough discipline to keep myself accountable for online.

5 College Junior

Career Services: Job prospects for the nursing program graduates are endless. For the other programs, such as welding, it is in such a demand for welders that they have no problem either.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Sizes are small and it is a very intimate classroom size. It is a really hard program, but it will be worth it in the long run. The professors are good and when you are having a nursing school break down they really listen to you.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Graduating from NMJC as an RN is extremely valued in the community. A lot of hospitals and clinics come to recruit us for jobs. There isn't really a career center on campus, however if you talk to your advisor they will guide you to where you want to work.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Our program here is very fast paced, no one ever said nursing school was easy though. The workload is enormous, but we are learning a lot. The curriculum is good too, but it is new so I think some of the professors are not very accustomed to this new one. The facilities are a little outdated, but in 2017 they are breaking ground on a brand new nursing building with new interactions and new clinical settings. There are a lot of clinics and hospitals surrounding the area, so job opportunities are not slim.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: NMJC is a good school, it has many programs that are worth the money. I am currently enrolled in then nursing program, and although it's hard, the educators really try everything to help you. We have a good welding program, auto-mechanic program, and in 2015 we were awarded the best nursing program in all fifty states. I would choose this school again and again to get my nursing degree. Affordable classes and staff that really cares about you.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Always have somewhere there can be change for a class to fit your schedule and your needs

5 College Senior

Online Courses: So much easier for a really busy lifestyle

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The professors are perfect and help you out when ever you need it.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: There isn't much to say here.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: This school is very friendly and the teachers focus on the subject and make sure you comprehend everything and answer all questions.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: i have no clue about online courses

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: hard work should be acquired

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: understanding professors and very friendly!

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Its affordable and it is easy to get class.Counselors help you with class, scholarships, and other help. There are programs that help students with books, classes and testing. Teachers are friendly and easy to talk to.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Tuition is pretty cheap, great way to get some classes out of the way before transferring into a four-yr college.

2 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The teachers are really nice for the most part and enjoy teaching, but everything gets dummied-down so all can pass with a good grade. Assignments are pathetically easy. The weather, mainly the wind here is a deal-breaker for me. You gotta live through it to believe it. The students here are mostly African American or Hispanic (I'm white), and I have found them to be very unfriendly bordering on rude and mean. I find the international students to be very nice (with the exception of the Jamaicans, most of whom are very rude. Just my opinion, find out for yourself.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: About average for a 2-yr school. Outdated books at library. Hardly any fiction at all. No windows. Cafeteria was just remodeled and looks nice. Clean. Kitchen is clean.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Computers go down rarely. I have had a really fast connection all year. Bad weather though and the whole city falls apart. Cell towers down for DAYS, no phone at all. About three times this year. This town is the city on the edge of forever.

3 College Freshman

Career Services: I don't know, I haven't finished yet. I haven't seen anything concerning this around campus.

2 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I had problems throughout the whole year. At first, it started well. The process went very fast. But then I was told things that changed on me leaving me SOL for summer semester. They only told me 3 weeks before the semester was over that my financial aid had been pulled (due to my mistake), leaving me screwed with nowhere to go. The lady in FA provides lip service and doesn't really seems like she is all there. Very disappointed with the FA office.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Work here is so easy I hardly had to open my textbook, except math is pretty standard, but all math is using a computer and if you don't keep getting a score of 80 on assignments and tests, you get an F. You have to score at least 80% on your tests or you can't advance. So every student gets a B- or better or you fail. You cannot take the math finals without first passing the pre-final with at least 80%. No traditional paperwork math courses so students can pass with a C. Most course have a discussion board where you must post on a topic and then respond to at least 2 other students. My post is 5 paragraphs, and then I see all other students post two sentences and call it finished. I end up commenting things like "I agree with your agreeing". The other students' responses leave you nothing to work with to respond to, so that kinda hurt my grade in many classes. Overall, this school is big-time dummied-down so even the biggest idiot can pass. But teachers are nice, know the material fairly well, but the financial aid people do not know if they are on foot or on horseback.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Registration and financial aid surprisingly went fairly smooth, but watch the aid workers in the bookstore. They will screw up your account and charge you wrong which can have lasting repercussions to your money situation.

4 College Freshman

Campus Quality: Landscaping people do a good job. 2yr college w/dorms

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