Northeastern State University Reviews
NSU Tahlequah was a very unique experience. The size of the school relative to the town around it allows the university life to really spill over into the rest of the area. I had an excellent relationship with most of the faculty members, and as it was a smaller program I received abundant attention and prospered because of it. The only drawbacks are the way everything seems to shut down between terms and if you do want to get away from campus life, you pretty much have to drive to Tulsa in order to see other people.
NSU is a great value. It offers quality education for a fraction of the cost of the bigger state schools and private universities. The campus is safe, small enough to walk from end to end between classes, but also large enough to host a variety of degrees.
I attended NSU in Broken Arrow. My classes were all online and it was nice having that option since I am a single mother, work full time, and was also going to school full time. Although my classes were online my instructors communicated very well with me. I also liked that I could do my homework any time, day or night. All of my instructors were amazing and very helpful when I had questions or concerns. The financial aid department is wonderful as well. They are always there to answer any and all questions pertaining to financial aid. The students at NSU are awesome too! I learned a lot from my fellow students and they were always there to help out or answer questions. I love NSU so much I am currently attending graduate school there! Go Riverhawks!
Northeastern State University offered a Bachelors degree program in Human and Family Sciences that I found to be very beneficial for my lifestyle. Some classes were on campus on a Saturday morning, but a majority of them were online. Being a full time employee, it was very beneficial. The program was a two year program offering 2 classes at a time, every 8 weeks. You were given the option to take more classes to finish early. You would usually get the same instructors for several classes, you were able to get to know them and build relationships with them, which made the education process. Overall, NSU definitely helped me get a degree that I never thought I would receive.
I loved my university. It was small enough to provide a personal atmosphere but large enough to offer a challenging academic curriculum with a wide variety of classes available. I was able to take classes that ranged from Anthropology to Ropes and Rappelling and Ballroom Dancing. I enjoyed the campus atmosphere and the planned activities. I had a wonderful time in college!
I loved my college. It is a smaller campus, but still a professional atmosphere. I loved the class sizes and the professors really cared about my education. It wasn't overly expensive or snobby. I never felt out of place.
I liked this school for the people that attended, but I will be in debt until my mid-30s because of this school. It is FAR too expensive for the value.
The enrolling process was easy to get through because I had excellent assistance. As a senior citizen I could have used a little more assistance with the online program. It was a little difficult for me to grasp. The staff and students are outstanding though.
Northeastern State University was an amazing university. It gave me the education and support that I needed to be successful as an educator. I greatly value my time at NSU. I recommend all students to go to NSU.