Many of my friends went off to four year universities right away. I was chastised for staying close to home at the easy college. I can say with confidence that this college is by no means easy. I always received good grades in high school and I have had to work extremely hard to do the same at NMC. So, my advice is don't assume that this school is a pushover. It's just like any other school with a well rounded variance of professors and classes. If anything, I like it better than the...
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Great community college with smaller class sizes, and excellent professors who truly want to see you succeed. Beautiful, and safe campus located near the peninsula in Traverse City Michigan. NMC is a great option for those who plan to transfer to four-year universities as it well recognized as a community college.» Read More
Northwestern Michigan College is very involved with its students and helping them succeed in their academic plans. They offer many opportunities for growth, exploration, and preparation for the real world. Helping you get what you need and supporting you throughout your school career is their top priority.» Read More
The school environment is good for learning, however, there is very little activities due to the fact their isn't an athletic department. The weather is typical for Michigan, very, very cold winters. The teachers are down to earth, easy to talk to, ask questions.» Read More
Northwestern Michigan College is an excellent community college. They have excellent Maritime, Nursing, Culinary, and Engineering Technology programs. Small class sizes and top notch professors make this one of the best two-year colleges.» Read More
NMC is a great college to get started at, it more inexpensive than other colleges and universities. The college is small, and there are lots of options for one-on-one time with professors for more individual learning. It is a great place to get started and to get you ready to for a university.» Read More