Northeastern Junior College Top Questions

What kind of person should not attend this school?


I think that everyone should attend NJC. Even though the college is located in a more rural area than many other college campuses, the students who attend here are very diverse. They come from all age ranges, races, and cultural backgrounds just to name a few.


If you have a rather liberal veiw of the world and recognise things like global warming, have a keen sense of art and culture, or have nontraditional veiws of sprituality this may be a rather difficult school. NJC is based in a rather rual setting and reflects the veiws and opinions of people who's lives are more stationary. So a liberal arts school Colorado College would be better.


Anyone not serious about succeeding academically should not attend Northeastern Junior College. The small classes make success the main goal at NJC. As long as the student is determined to be a academic success then NJC is the ideal place to begin. Anything less than honest effort is not acceptable. Those individuals that want a party school, should definitely not choose Northeastern as a school of choice. Northeastern is a stepping pad of success for those who choose to utilize it.