There's not a lot of mollycoddling here so if one is not committed to his own learning then this is probably not the place for him. Also, reflecting the area, many people around here have strong Christian beliefs and while there isn't a constant "saving" campaign on campus the topic of church is pretty constantly present. People who love city life will be bored out of their minds, but people who are tired of snobs will probably welcome the down-home friendliness of country folk.
Every one can attend this school. It's great for anyone. It is a small campus, so you feel like you're at home. Everyone is friendly and happy to help. The only reason a person shouldn't attend NWOSU is if they are wanting to complete a degree that, such as, engineering or medical. NWOSU only has pre-programs in fields like these. You would have to transfer.
people from large towns that don't enjoy the simple life
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