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Northern Essex is the only community college in my vicinity but, the greatest option between schools in Massachusetts. My fir...
Northern Essex is the only community college in my vicinity but, the greatest option between schools in Massachusetts. My first semester there was amazing. My teachers were very nice and helped as much as they could. The college has two campuses which can make you have the "college experience" and honestly is great! There's many options for night and day school as the people there always try to work around your schedule. There are many people of different ages at Northern Essex because it is a college for anyone ! Everyone can go there and start their education!
I think it is a good place to start out your college education either coming out of high school or a returning college studen...
I think it is a good place to start out your college education either coming out of high school or a returning college student or a non-traditional one! Academics are okay. College campus is nice in Haverhill but in Lawrence I would be careful and try and to avoid it.
Northern Essex Community College is a great starting point for many students coming out of high school. It does a great job o...
Northern Essex Community College is a great starting point for many students coming out of high school. It does a great job of making the transition smooth while keeping the costs low. The professors are always available and often times go as far as to give their personal phone numbers to give a students a convenient way to contact them. They care for the students’ success and are often willing to change up lectures if it proves beneficial to the class’s success. Overall, Necc is a great institution and while it may not be the best out there, it’s a great place to start.
I think the Deaf Studies program is excellent!!! Students looking for a career in interpretation or socil work with the Deaf ...
I think the Deaf Studies program is excellent!!! Students looking for a career in interpretation or socil work with the Deaf are very well prepared and qualified. There's also a lot of involvement with the local deaf community and reaching out services.
NECC , every since I was in middle school I've heard people say it was a bad school. But after i graduated high school and st...
NECC , every since I was in middle school I've heard people say it was a bad school. But after i graduated high school and started the fall there the school is just amazing ! Everyone is just super helpful. The classes are about 20-30 students depending on the class you in. There is a lot of events that go on, on campus. The campus is has two different campus. If you want a more city feeling school you could go to the Lawrence campus. But if you want a more suburb feeling you will want to go to the Haverhill Campus. The students are so nice, Everyone said hi. We have food on campus so no need to drive or leave the campus for food.
Just a beautiful place!!
Just a beautiful place!!
If I could go back and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would first say pay attention in class, you will need these ...
If I could go back and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would first say pay attention in class, you will need these basics to make it in college. I would also tell myself to consider college right out of high school. I went into the millitarty and while I don't regret that, I wish I had gone to college earlier. I am now 41 and going back to school now is a challenge. I would also tell myself to manages my time more efficiently and procrastinate less. In High school there are definate deadlines, and you are reminded of them daily. In college you get your homework and you are responsible to keep track of when it is due and get it done on time.
My school is a really good one. The worst thing about it is that it is only a 2 year school.
My school is well run, the quality of education is very good and the price is right.
In high school, my classmates and I would generally refer to Northern Essex Community College as a 'fake' school. Perhaps, th...
In high school, my classmates and I would generally refer to Northern Essex Community College as a 'fake' school. Perhaps, the fact that the school accepts all applicants and emits a lower-than-standard GPA may be to blame. However, others respect the school for just that. Everybody is welcome without basis on the decorative content of a high school r?sum
Despite the enjoyment I get from the mystery of college life, I feel satisfied in telling my younger self, at least, that there is no need to worry down the road. That is how I have always felt and that is the same advice I would share with my senior-year mind. I didn't plan on attending school right after I graduated. I thought the best choice for me would be to take a semester or two off and enjoy myself, make some money, and take more time in finding a more suitable school. At the last minute, I decided I could get some classes out of the way at Northern Essex, and I'm glad I made that decision. Confidently, I would demand myself to thoroughly enjoy the transition-summer, but reassure that happiness doesn't disappear once schooling starts. "When you start paying to do what you dreaded for 12 years, you will realize why it was all worth it," I would assure myself. The freshman year of college is the hopeful start of a path to one day be performing surgery to save lives. That's my dream. "Stick with it! You?ll be fine."
Regardless of financial status, test scores, or acquired aptitude or accomplishments, literally anyone can benefit from attending Northern Essex. Particularly, for those students who have the willpower but couldn?t prove it elsewhere, this school will provide the opportunity to demonstrate true desire to succeed. People of all ages, ethnicities, backgrounds, and status come to Northern Essex possibly because it is the only accepting school, but often because it is affordable and helpful. Harvard-worthy people sit at my side in many classes. If you are determined, you are just as capable here as any school.
I would tell myself to go anywhere I want. This is the one time in your life you can live in the heart of NYC or LA or Bosto...
I would tell myself to go anywhere I want. This is the one time in your life you can live in the heart of NYC or LA or Boston and, although it's in a dorm, chances are you will never be able to afford a huge apartment in Manhattan or on the Charles River in Boston. This is a chance to experience city life, or country life, in the safe confines of a college campus. I would also tell myself to enjoy every single moment. The experience goes by so fast and a minute should not be wasted. Take time to enjoy dining in the cafeteria with friends, going to a school play, or attending a football game. Squeeze every ounce of college experience you can. I am an interesting case because I have been to college before, so I am able to really enjoy every moment. I know that it will be over so fast and I want to make sure that the most out of my college.
Our school is a good education for a reasonable price. I think the value of classes compared to other schools is excellent.
If I were able to go back to my high school senoir self I would tell my self to prepare, and study. I would tell myself to g...
If I were able to go back to my high school senoir self I would tell my self to prepare, and study. I would tell myself to get more help rather then to do it all on my own. I would also tell myself that it is easy to make the transition into college, and to not be afriad of change.
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