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"Birds of a feather flock together." Truer words have not been spoken for Neumont College of Computer Science, previously kno...
"Birds of a feather flock together." Truer words have not been spoken for Neumont College of Computer Science, previously known as Neumont University. This institution focuses on getting in, getting a degree, and getting out into the work force. With all the work you put in for a 4-year degree in 3 years, one might think that there isn't time for fun. That is not true. There are many organizations and clubs to join all with like-minded people who are all geeks! Being a hardworking geek is needed to be able to learn at Neumont. It is extremely open for everyone of all types, races, and sexual orientation. Professors are easy to get in contact with for any issues. It's a small knit group here.
Neumont is a very high scale university that seeks nothing but the best in its students . It allows students a chance to do w...
Neumont is a very high scale university that seeks nothing but the best in its students . It allows students a chance to do what they love and make a future career out of their skills. No talent goes in noticed , every student is different but taught on the same scale.
I love how everyone welcomes people with smiles and also I love the environment the students live in everyday. Mostly geeky ...
I love how everyone welcomes people with smiles and also I love the environment the students live in everyday. Mostly geeky for those of you in to programming and gaming. But overall it is a wonderful place to be at.
It is a one of a kind school, a little pricey but worth it, there tons of things to do. It's mainly a diverse geek school whe...
It is a one of a kind school, a little pricey but worth it, there tons of things to do. It's mainly a diverse geek school where you can talk about almost anything. All you have to do is keep on top of your work and job, have fun while learning, and do your best. Overall it's a great school.
Though the campus falls under one building, there is a wide variety of stores, restaurants, and other types of locations and ...
Though the campus falls under one building, there is a wide variety of stores, restaurants, and other types of locations and services to visit and utilize throughout the district that Neumont is located. The classrooms are small and focused, the building is easy to navigate, and the academics seem interesting and worth-while.
Its really small. Very great opportunities that are available at the school itself. I like that everyone gets along. Its hone...
Its really small. Very great opportunities that are available at the school itself. I like that everyone gets along. Its honestly the biggest group of nerds in one area and it is honestly amazing! They did an overnight experience called "FREX" a couple of friends and I went and it was really fun. We got to meet all of the current staff and students and they all love it. It is a very very very expensive college. But you are in and out within three years with a bachelors degree in computer science! very great school and its a ton of work.
Friendly, helpful, and tech-loving describes everyone at this school.
Friendly, helpful, and tech-loving describes everyone at this school.
Save every penny you can and jump on any and every scholarship oppertunity you can. Don't put it off until closer to entering collage. Deadlines appear fast and seemingly out of nowhere and you are always in need of a few extra dollars. Collage is no different from any other school, you make friends, you get homework, but in collage there is a lot more riding on every assignment. Seek help if you need it, don't let your pride injure your grades. Moving is the worst part, you leave your friends and family behind and it hurts for a time but they will always be there rooting for you so dispite how much you miss them it's worth it. Look at your new place a thousand times when you come searching or you will end up cursing the fact you have no clue what to bring or where it will fit. But most of all, have fun and learn a thing or two, it doesn't help to get overly stressed out about anything, take collage seriously just don't kill yourself over one bad test grade.
It's a small school so the fauclty is very invloved with the students. Aside from how friendly and helpful everyone is the school is build on tech, it's a nerd and geek school to be sure. Laptops are required and used in every class and at least 50% of your time spent in collage is working on real progects for major companies, Neumont gives its students ties into the businesses that are looking to hire them.
Neumont is INTENSE. If you're not committed to getting your degree, it is a waste of money. However, if you're looking to bec...
Neumont is INTENSE. If you're not committed to getting your degree, it is a waste of money. However, if you're looking to become one of the best and most relevant developers in the industry, Neumont makes that possible in about HALF the time a "standard" university does. The curriculum is ALWAYS relevant and cutting-edge. The quality of the projects and internships is exceptional. There is no better CS University outside of MIT.
The workload is INTENSE and HEAVY. You go to school (on average) for about 5-6 hours a day and go home with about 4-8 hours of homework a night. This is NOT for the weak, the lazy, those addicted to gaming, or those who are prone to procrastinate.
Thanks to addition of "Orders" (aka fraternities), the activity agenda has exploded. Students have taken over the planning and execution of the school's largest activities and the level of fun and enjoyment has only increased since. The school also plans events and trips for students to diversify their daily and weekend activities. Nerdapalooza, Nerdi Gras, Humans vs Zombies, Nerf Wars, and Crappy Movie Night are some of my personal favorites.
Poor hygiene. Social outcasts. No attractive people among the student body.
The stereotypes typically INCORRECT. Less than 10% have poor hygiene, few are social outcasts, and at least half of the student body might be considered attractive to the average individual.
I cannot accurately describe the intensity and difficulty of this school's educational program. The official attrition rate is about %35 to %40. My cohort alone suffered about %70 attrition, meaning only about %30 graduated. HOWEVER, my time at Neumont was THE BEST educational experience of my life. The quality of the education is exceptional and Neumont prepared me for the workplace. The skills and technologies I learned at Neumont has helped me to excel in my current job. I got my job due in great part to Neumont's enterprise and job placement programs. Bottom line is Neumont is worth the tuition for any student dedicated to completing the program and being their best.
Since most students hail from out of state, the student body is racially and religiously diverse. Most students, however, share the same interests, to include video gaming, table-top gaming, coding (obviously), movies, music, etc.
Neumonot is not an easy school, The teachers push you real hard to learn the material and just as you grasp the concept they ...
Neumonot is not an easy school, The teachers push you real hard to learn the material and just as you grasp the concept they are pushing you into a new technology. This simulates the real flow of technology because computer science is always changing. if you are already adjusted to adapting to changing technology you will be able to keep up with the advancements. The school is quite small about 250-300 students
The most popular group or club at neumont is Beyond the screen, They are a group of student that enjoy, having activities that include zombies, nerf, card games, battle of the rock bands, nerdapalooza, nerdigras, playing deadreign, creating games such as epic roll off, and, holding crappy movie night(a night where they watch the most horrible movies and make fun of them all night long) They also enjoy throwing sapce cows.
If they fail out of neumonts fault. Neumont is full of nerds.
Every professor knows my name even the ones that i have not taken classes from. The financial department knows me, as well as admissions. The Life at neumont is never dull, because there is always something going on. student affairs is always got activities that student can participate in to get there mind off of school.
No, If you fail out of neumont it is because you didn't try hard enough. Yes, We do have a lot of nerds but isn't that what neumont is all about.
People at neumont wear whatever they want to class, there are few days where business casual is required but for the most part people where anything. we have a student commins area that has two pool tables a arcade machine, a ping pong table, foosball, and air hockey.
I think that personally the best part about Neumont is that it's an accelerated program. You get your bachelors in 2.5 years ...
I think that personally the best part about Neumont is that it's an accelerated program. You get your bachelors in 2.5 years and they leave nothing out. The courses are hard but well worth the work.
I'm currently the President of one of the largest student body groups at Neumont. The order I run, Beyond the Screen, is a group dedicated to getting people away from video games. One of the things we like to do is hold free events for all students and prospective students.
Students are sometimes seen as geeks or nerds. They don't get out and have fun.
Neumont is a small school. This provides it with many advantages that otherwise you couldn't find. One of my favorite things about Neumont is the fact that after a year or so here you'll know almost every full time teacher Neumont employs.
No, the stereotypes portrayed to Neumont Students is inaccurate. While Neumont is an open and accepting place for geeks and nerds that is not to say that it is comprised completely of geeks and nerds. The majority of the student body is "normal" even if the majority of students are men.
Neumont is a 2.5 year Bachelors program. It's a hard school. That being said, I wouldn't choose any other place to be. It's hard but it's well worth the struggle.
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