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4 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

Great school if you are looking for a small school. Professors are very available both inside and outside of class and are friendly, professional, and interested in the success of their students. Campus is beautiful and there are many options within a few blocks walk for on and off campus housing. Study abroad is the same cost as a semester on campus and all scholarships apply making it a very affordable option (I was able to study abroad for 2 semesters). One of my only complaints is that the students tend to be a bit cliquey. Unless you are involved in Greek life or a sport, it can be hard to make friends or be invited to social events. I was not involved in either and was able to make a great core group of friends, just not as many or as easily as I have been able to do in other situations.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2011

I admire the students, faculty, and staff at St. Norbert College. The atmosphere is truly a "home away from home" and all feel welcome there. The Norbertine tradition envelops campus by creating a wonderfully welcome and supportive community. Also, its small size allows students to develop personal relationships with faculty and one cannot walk through campus without receiving a "hello" from someone!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

Great school if you are looking for a small school. Professors are very available both inside and outside of class and are friendly, professional, and interested in the success of their students. Campus is beautiful and there are many options within a few blocks walk for on and off campus housing. Study abroad is the same cost as a semester on campus and all scholarships apply making it a very affordable option (I was able to study abroad for 2 semesters). One of my only complaints is that the students tend to be a bit cliquey. Unless you are involved in Greek life or a sport, it can be hard to make friends or be invited to social events. I was not involved in either and was able to make a great core group of friends, just not as many or as easily as I have been able to do in other situations.

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Degree: Music Teacher Education
Graduation Year: 2005

I loved the community atmosphere and small class sizes at St. Norbert. I was able to get individual help when needed and build relationships with professors. In order to take all necessary courses and also participate in a study abroad program, my professors were willing to work with me to schedule independent study courses before I left and when I returned.

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