Holbrook, AZ
Northland Pioneer College


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Recent Reviews

Hailey
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Northland Pioneer college is a great place to attend for an Associate's Degree. While it doesn't have on-campus housing or v...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Northland Pioneer college is a great place to attend for an Associate's Degree. While it doesn't have on-campus housing or very many facilities, it has various courses for all sorts of majors and has a pretty cool library and break area. The instructors are all pretty nice and seem to know what they're doing.

Kyle
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Fantastic college, it's a small, tight-knit group in every class I attend. I'm really glad I get to go here because it will b...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Fantastic college, it's a small, tight-knit group in every class I attend. I'm really glad I get to go here because it will be a great transition for me, from high school to here to university. There is an overall comfortable feeling at any of the campuses you go to and it's easy to get engaged in what you are passionate about.

Kevin
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Northland Pioneer is a Community College with over 9 campuses spread out over the extremely rural area's of North Eastern Ari...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Northland Pioneer is a Community College with over 9 campuses spread out over the extremely rural area's of North Eastern Arizona, and for many students they are the only game in town unless they want to leave the area to attend a University. For a CC they are decent with a good selection of topics covered primarily at the two big Campuses in Show Low and Holbrook, the smaller campuses often have the majority of their classes in class via Tele-conference/Video call with or with out the professor in the classroom with you.

albert
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Well first hand to me it is a really great school to attend small but very busy an instructors are always availiable an the s...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Well first hand to me it is a really great school to attend small but very busy an instructors are always availiable an the school for you to succeed at your goal to graduateits a very great school

Kari
What is your overall opinion of this school?

There is no dormitories on any of the campuses. There are nine different locations in the state. There are no sports, which...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

There is no dormitories on any of the campuses. There are nine different locations in the state. There are no sports, which is okay with me. I lived at home with my parents during this time. (Still do.) I'm about to get my associates. Overall, I had a good experience with Northland Pioneer College.

Dawnis
What is your overall opinion of this school?

It is a good community college to start out at. There are not many extra curricular activities at this school. However, the c...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It is a good community college to start out at. There are not many extra curricular activities at this school. However, the class sizes are small and that is wonderful. I would recommend this college to other students who are nearby to this and are either going back to school or starting out.

Kiana
What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's a great school. They challenge you as a student and help prepare you for universities.

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's a great school. They challenge you as a student and help prepare you for universities.

Amy
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, while this is a community college and does not provide all that a 4-year university does, it fits my needs at this p...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, while this is a community college and does not provide all that a 4-year university does, it fits my needs at this point in time. I am 19 and in my second year, working towards my Associates of Science in the hopes of transferring to a 4-year and completing a Bachelor's in Chemistry. I was never the most academically inclined individual in high school, and NPC has provided me a kind of do-over. Without this campus I probably never would have continued my education, believing that I was not smart enough, nor financially capable of attending a four year. This campus, while it does not have much, has become my gateway to a whole new life. I can take the classes I need and work at my own pace and I don't have the pressure that I did in high school to be the very best in my class- I can work towards becoming the very best for myself. Community colleges, such as this one, should not be frowned upon, because they lack the recreation that a big top notch university. For many, they are merely a stepping stone, the shallow end of a deep pool,that allows them to have a taste of a higher education without plunging into the icy depths of debt, stress, and commitment that goes hand-in-hand with university. NPC has allowed me to get my feet wet, and has given me the courage to dive in to what I hope will be the rest of my life.

Miranda
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time and give my highschool self advice, I would have three important points to make. The first thing I...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time and give my highschool self advice, I would have three important points to make. The first thing I would tell my highschool self is that even if you think you know what you want to do, you'll probably change your mind. It's really important to have a goal and know what you like, but it is crucial to be adaptable as well. While in college , you will learn and grow immensely. I would tell myself to allow for that change. The second thing I would tell my highschool self would be to organize my time wisely. There are times in college when you have no homework and other times when you are overloaded. To avoid unnecessary stress, you should use free time to get a head start on projects. The third thing I would tell myself, would be to get out there and be more social. I would tell myself to attempt to get more involved and meet new people. College is an incredible time in your life when it comes to making connections. You get out of it exactly what you put in. That advice is priceless.

Shanelle
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Trust your gut in all decisions you make, and do whatever you feel most comfortable with regardless of what other people thin...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Trust your gut in all decisions you make, and do whatever you feel most comfortable with regardless of what other people think. College is going to turn your world upside down in both the worst and best ways possible. You will lose yourself, but you will eventually find yourself again. You will change your major like a hundred times, however, go with a major that will provide the career of your choice. Change is both necessary and inevitable in college, so try to embrace it as much as you can. At the end of the day, remember that you're in college to learn and become whoever it is that you decide to be. Making mistakes will be apart of the learning process, so be easy on yourself. Forgive yourself of all the wrong doings and keep moving forward. Last but not least, be selective of those who get to spend time with you. Surround yourself with positive people who have the same goals of being successful and making something of themselves. Stay focused, study hard, and have fun!

What's unique about your campus?

The tuition rate, classroom sizes, and the fact that it's close to home. Attening Northland Pioneer College saved my family and I a lot of money, we have been paying out of our own pockets since I started school with little assistance from our local tribal government. The amount of students who are in a class is good, there isn't too many people. I like to location of the school as well because it takes less than forty minutes to get there.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

One thing I wish I had known is that they offer free tuition for the summer term to high school graduates right after graduation. If I would've known, I would've had my associate's degree by now. Instead, I have a few more classes to take, so I probably will be done by summer of 2015.

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