Since beginning at Eastern Nazarene College, I have learned a lot about myself. I was able to take classes pertaining to my major during my first semester. This helped me finalize my decision of wanting to teach preschool. With the help of a first year experience class, I learned that I would be in school, regardless of financial need to be in school. I have learned more in my first semester here at Eastern Nazarene College about myself than I learned all four years of high school.
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Eastern Nazarene College is Christian Liberal Arts college. Their aim is to educate you within your degree by presenting information and then challenging it within the Christian faith. This college is a great school if you are interested in integrating your Christian faith into your field of work.» Read More
ENC encompasses the positives and negatives of being a small college: you are able to communicate with your professors, and everyone know each other. You are able to get the help you need if you ask for it, most professors will take an interest in you if you show promise or passion in their class. While being at a small school can become boring or tiresome, you just are a short train ride away from Boston and a completely different experience.» Read More