Saint Norbert College Top Questions

Describe the students at your school.

Madison

My peers are driven, inspiring, and competative in the academic field.

Brittany

My classmates are a receptive group of individuals who are open and friendly to everyone they encounter.

Russell

My classmates are knowledgeable, confident, willing, humorous, and determined.

Joshua

My classmates are diverse, accepting, and frendly.

cathleen

My class mates are varierty, there are all sorts of personalities and friendly attitudes that create a welcoming environment.

Chris

The student body consists of white, middle to upper class students. They are usually from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan, with a variety of students from across the globe. All from different backgrounds of course, such as from a single child or large family, rural areas or city life, catholic or not. Even though we are a catholic college, students are not discriminated for their religion, or their color, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. There is not a lot of diversity, but administration is working on sending more students abroad and bringing more international students here. The college also has an organization that supports differences in sexual orientation, although it’s a matter of opinion if you accept it or not. Students are predominately democrat, range from conservative to liberal, and are not extraordinarily politically involved, but it does get pretty intense when a presidential election comes around. A lot of people come here to play sports, so athletes are a large percentage of the population. We also have the musically inclined, those in Greek life or social groups, and everyone else. Since SNC has roughly 2,000 students, we have lots of opportunities to mingle, in intramurals, clubs, organizations, and class. It’s not uncommon to see people you know on the way to class. And like everyone else, we do talk about the future and what we want to do, what kind of lifestyle we want. It’s really not until senior year that students really start thinking about it though. A lot of people wear jeans or sweats to class with some preferring to dress up more.

Chris

The student body consists of white, middle to upper class students. They are usually from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan, with a variety of students from across the globe. All from different backgrounds of course, such as from a single child or large family, rural areas or city life, catholic or not. Even though we are a catholic college, students are not discriminated for their religion, or their color, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. There is not a lot of diversity, but administration is working on sending more students abroad and bringing more international students here. The college also has an organization that supports differences in sexual orientation, although it’s a matter of opinion if you accept it or not. Students are predominately democrat, range from conservative to liberal, and are not extraordinarily politically involved, but it does get pretty intense when a presidential election comes around. A lot of people come here to play sports, so athletes are a large percentage of the population. We also have the musically inclined, those in Greek life or social groups, and everyone else. Since SNC has roughly 2,000 students, we have lots of opportunities to mingle, in intramural sports, clubs, organizations, and class. It’s not uncommon to see people you know on the way to class. And like everyone else, we do talk about the future and what we want to do, what kind of lifestyle we want. It’s really not until senior year that students really start thinking about it though. A lot of people wear jeans or sweats to class with some preferring to dress up more.

Stephanie

My classmates are some of the most talented and genuinely nice people you will ever meet.

Kelly

SNC has very small class sizes and that student body is very diverse in personalities, there is not that much ethnic diversity however.

Adam

Friendly, intelligent people who want to discover more about the world and themselves.

Jessica

Open and willing to discuss and share.

Koren

They can with stand winter in Wisconsin!

Anthony

My classmetes are willing to learn and help others in the class to learn the material in each class in a comfortable setting.

Dann

eager to learn, and friendly, always looking to form study groups and help each other to do well in the class.

Benjamin

Classmates at St. Norberts are friendly, helpful, and social

Maria

Each classmate is different from the next.

Lyndsey

My classmates are very motivated and determined, caring and fun.

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