Normandale Community College
Bloomington, MN, USA

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Normandale Community College
3.08 Average Rating

Anthony from Richfield, MN

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
Yes the teachers at Normandale are very helpful and friendly. Normandale is a good cheap alternative to traditional 4 year colleges. Some of my past teachers have been teachers at st. Thomas and the university of Minnesota as well.
Am enjoying being here
The campus is small enough that it is easy to find where you have to be. There are many opportunities to get involved in intramural activities whether your interests be sports or other clubs such as drama or science.
Bang for the buck
There are many scholarships available which make going to Normandale inexpensive. Many people that I know have attended Normandale for free based on their financial aid.
Tips for prospective students
Apply for scholarships right away. To become familiar with the building take a tour of the place or get involved in PSEO in your High School as it is an easy way to get credits and stay ahead of schedule.
Great for these types of students
Students that enjoy small interactive classrooms will love Normandale. With such a small campus it is a fun place to relax and meet new people in the student center.
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Tiffany from Shakopee, MN

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
I am, but I did take a couple courses that were similar to those that I have taken in high school.
Am enjoying being here
I am enjoying being here. I've taken a variety of courses that go towards my generals.
Bang for the buck
This is a community college, so the price is determined based on what courses you apply for and the number of credits you have. Courses can be anywhere from one (1) to five (5) credits. If you apply for financial aid, you could get most of it covered.
Tips for prospective students
Apply for your courses early when you can, courses fill up fast. Order your books as soon as you can, and pick them up before your courses start. If you are an independent student, take at least one online course. They are good because you get the whole semester's assignments, and due dates, and you can work at your own pace. But make sure you get your assignments in on time!!
Great for these types of students
This school is good for anyone that is not sure what they want to major in; want to start with generals to save money on those courses when they transfer; for people that want to earn more education for work; and pretty much anyone that wants to further their education should start here.
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