College isn't very pretty. Traffic can sometimes be a hassle. But overall everyone is very nice and the college is cheaper than most and your education doesn't suffer for the price. And again entire campus is made of concrete. So if you like the green might not be the place for you.
NKU has been a good school. The students are friendly, lots of improvements being done to the campus. My two major complaints were that 1) many classes were too easy; many professors spoon feeding classes, not what I expect at a college level, 2) there is nowhere near enough student parking, and no other parking areas very close to campus. Doing it over again, I would probably have finished my degree at UC, or chosen a school with more challenging academics.
I attended this college for my MBA.
I would highly recommend this college either for undergraduate or graduate work. The administration is friendly and helpful. The camput is open, but, it's fairly easy to get around without being out in the weather too much.
They provide plenty of free parking for the students.
The classes are not too large and the professors are well qualified to teach the material.
They provide an email reminder when jobs come available through the career center.
When P.T. Barnum donated money to Tufts University, he did so on the condition that the school's mascot be named after his beloved elephant. The Tufts University mascot has been the "Jumbos" ever since.
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