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Creighton University

Founded in 1878 by the Society of Jesus, Creighton University is a Jesuit Catholic university in Omaha. Creighton hosts nine colleges and schools offering degrees in over 140 areas of study. As a Catholic institution, Creighton holds daily mass and...

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I have never worked so hard in my life. The process has so much stress, but it is the progress the feels the best.

” – Audrianna from Omaha , NE
Clarkson College

Originally established as a school of nursing, Clarkson College has grown to become a four-year institution offering education in the health sciences in Omaha. The College offers nine academic programs and 20 majors in the health care field. In...

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Nebraska Wesleyan University is a private, 4-year institution established in the capital city of Lincoln. Students attending NWU are eligible to receive a $1000 renewable grant if they schedule a campus visit. Academics at the college are based upon...

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The professors are eager to teach and they have a lot of neat classes that you can take.

” – Nebraskan
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Midland University is a private, 4-year institution located in Fremont, Nebraska, affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  Offering 30 academic areas to major in, MU maintains a 4-year Graduation Guarantee that’s available to...

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Midland University has a small-town friendliness combined with big-city academics that gives its students the best of both worlds. The campus is beautiful and conducive to walking or biking to classes; it also has plenty of parking for commuting...

” – Katharine from West Point, NE
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Doane University is a private, 4-year institution established in Crete, Nebraska. The college also maintains three additional, satellite campuses in Lincoln, Grand Island, and Omaha. Students attending Doane have a number of special academic...

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Doane College is a small college therefore class sizes are small and the material gets relayed and related to you in new and innovative ways. Teachers have more time to focus on the students because of the smaller class sizes. Doane is a great choice...

” – Alex from Crete, NE
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Founded by the Sisters of Mercy, the College of Saint Mary is a Catholic all-women’s college in Omaha. Among Saint Mary’s 25 undergraduate programs, its K-12 and Secondary Education majors are both divided into several concentrations in subjects such...

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Small class sizes.
All women's school,
One on one with teachers and advisors.

” – Leah from Omaha, NE
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Bryan College of Health Sciences is a medical education institution established in Lincoln, Nebraska. Students have a number of opportunities for experiential learning at Bryan Health College in the science labs, the clinic, the simulation center...

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Nebraska Methodist College is a medical school in Omaha affiliated with the Nebraska Methodist Health System. NMC is home to academic departments in Nursing, Allied Health, and Health Professions offering 42 degrees and certificates and all NMC...

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I am almost done with school now I feel like I have already gotten way more than what my money paid for. Everyone is willing to help you and answer all the questions you have. I love it!

” – Stephanie from Lewis, IA
Union College

Affiliated with the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Union College is a Christian liberal arts college in Lincoln. Union confers undergraduate degrees in 29 academic fields of study. As a Christian institution, Union features weekly chapel services and...

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Professors at Union have an impressive knowledge of the content area and related areas of knowledge. They also strive to connect interdisciplinary ways of thinking and provide an all-around excellent educational experience. There is a very good...

” – Unionite with Unionitis
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From its campus in Omaha, the University of Nebraska Medical Center is the only public academic health science research institution in the state. UNMC is made up of six colleges concentrating in subjects like Public Health and Pharmacy as well as two...

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because my career is about doing medical and health care services. i think i will learn more and get more experience in medical field.

” – Ahlan from Omaha, NE
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Mid-Plains Community College is a 2-year institution with seven campus locations in central Nebraska. MPCC confers associate degrees in 22 fields of study and is also home to 27 certificate-granting technical and occupational programs. Every year...

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I am learning a lot in all of my classes. They go beyond what a standard teacher would do and explain it in detail.

” – Craig from North Platte, NE
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Northeast Community College is a 2-year institution with four campuses in northeastern Nebraska conferring over 110 degrees and certificates. NCC’s Wind Energy program positions students to work in one of Nebraska’s fastest growing renewable energy...

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I enjoyed almost all of my classes; the instructors were helpful, explained things clearly, and made learning easy! My favorite classes were the Administrative Assistant/IT ones and my Spanish classes.

” – Katharine from West Point, NE
Bellevue University

Bellevue University is a private, 4-year institution established in the state of Nebraska. The college’s academics are focused primarily on adult education. Students attending Bellevue can enroll in courses in a variety of formats beyond the...

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I believe the curriculum is intense and well structured. I am looking forward to learning a lot.

” – Ethel from Houston, TX
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Southeast Community College is a 2-year institution with three campuses serving 15 counties in southeast Nebraska. SCC awards degrees and certificates in over 50 areas of study including Horticulture & Turfgrass Management, John Deere Tech, and...

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I had great teachers that were always available if I needed help. The teacher to student ratio was great and classes were small so it was easy to have class discussions and learn from other students as well as the instructors. In high school I had...

” – Graduated Student
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Central Community College is a 2-year community college in the middle of Nebraska. CCC bestows degrees and certificates in 154 subjects and offers 36 career and technical education programs. The CCC Workforce Training department provides instruction...

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My sister attends there, she has always been the type that struggles on comprehending, but she is doing great there and learning a lot

” – Brittany from Brady, NE
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As the largest post-secondary school in the state of Nebraska, Metropolitan Community College is a 2-year community college serving Omaha and its surrounding counties. For students looking to transfer to a 4-year institution, MCC has reached...

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Metropolitan Community College is great for students starting out in college. The campus is very welcoming and it is very easy to make new friends. My experience so far at Metro has been so much fun that I wish I could extend my time as a student...

” – Aubrie from Omaha, NE
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Western Nebraska Community College is a 2-year institution with three campuses in the Nebraska panhandle. WNCC offers degrees and certificates in over 50 fields of study and its Agriculture Science and Applied Agriculture Technologies programs...

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There is easy accessibility to technology and professors. You will learn plenty; the best thing is whenever you don't understand something there will be someone available.

” – Edgar from Yuma, CO