Northwest college was, overall, a very positive experience. The campus is easy to make your way around, mostly because it is a lot smaller than a bigger university. The tuition was perfect for my families budget. The class sizes were smaller so it was easier to get the professors help when you needed it.
The only cons about it was it felt more like high school. It doesnt offer the same experiences that you could get from a University, if you are looking for the whole college experience. If you are just looking for a good education than I would definitely reccommend this college to anyone. If I had to do it over and my budget allowed me to, I would of probably went to a four year university that I could of lived the college life but I recieved a good education at Northwest.
A great school for graphics/printing, as a graphic student you don't just design on the computer you take a job from start to finish. You learn how to apply essential graphic knowledge to a job-type situation. The primary drawback is the remote location, you don't have much to do outside of the school.