Nova Southeastern University Reviews
NSU is by-far the most accommodating school you'll ever have the pleasure of attending. The faculty and staff seem as though they have a vested personal interest in your learning and success. Whilst enrolled, I was given several opportunities to enhance my experience, including: individualized research projects, lab projects, poster presentations, and was even asked to travel to represent our research at the 52nd Annual Psychonomics Society. This is an exceptional university. I am proud to be an NSU Graduate.
Do NOT go to this school if you have any other options. It is the epitome of a degree mill, though for some even that is too good a title. They will take in people whom they are certain will never earn a degree or benefit from the limited offerings they have available, take as much money as they can from them, then spit them out worse off than they came. If you try to give NSU the benefit of the doubt, they will do everything they can not only to bring you down academically, professionally and financially, but to convince you that it is your worthlessness to blame for their failures and your own, until your personal life has been decimated as well. This is not a school, it's a business. Further, it's one run by malicious crooks. Head this warning for your own wellbeing. Run away and never look back.
I can attest that Nova Southeastern University is a good university, as my experiences with NSU are just awesome. The campus is really gorgeous, so whenever I am down and in a bad mood, I just take a walk around the golden lake of the main campus where are home to many cute animals such as squirrels and birds and I feel happy again. Based on my personal experiences, I have not met any impatient and poor professors in NSU. I am not saying they are all good, but at least my emails have been replied on time. Lots of opportunities for scholarships are provided and courses are well-organized. I have systematically trained, so my overall evaluation on the teaching quality of NSU is good, A plus.
I proudly recommend my alma mater, NSU, to all people who plan to broaden their knowledge, sharpen their kills, and increase their income. I started my academic journey at the doctoral program in Conflict Resolution 6 years ago and got an extremely wonderful experience there. This program got many patient, charming, and knowledgeable professors who unreservedly help students drive to succeed. There are many academic interest-based groups in this program, where students can study together, discuss together, and share their research experiences together. I am not saying this program is perfect. On the contrary, there is a lot of room that they should work on. For example, some professors are too gentle and nice and they are not challenging enough on their assignment. Besides, scholarships and financial supports for doctoral students are too competitive. Compared to universities in the same region, say, University of Miami, NSU is not as generous as how UM treats their students at the doctoral level. However, it does not really fade NSU away from the title of "top-notch" university.
I highly recommend the conflict resolution program of Nova Southeastern University to those who want to start/develop their career as educators, researchers, consultants, or organization administrators. My experiences in the master program were really good. They do have some knowledgeable professors who really care about their students. My classmates were from all different corners over the world. I super like the school climate because everybody is nice. Courses are practical. Moreover, the beautiful campus is a wonderful plus. The small class size allows professors to focus on each student. All in all, everything is nice. The only downside about the program is that fees and tuition are increasing. However, I believe it is worthy for the world class education provided by NSU.
I spent this year living on campus, as a freshman, and was very excited to go here. This school was one of the worst experiences of my life, the housing is a joke and forced all freshman into triples while loud construction on the roof went on ALL year starting drilling at 7 or 8am. I lost 30lbs due to the fact that the school couldn't provide vegan options for me and got so sick I had to start eating dairy again, today I paid $10 for 2 cafeteria tacos with no drink or anything else. The academics are kind of a joke and I managed to get a 3.8 GPA without learning a thing. I know a large number of the population who are leaving the school or wish they could leave but cannot because of certain programs they're in. I would not recommend this school to anyone.
This was a great experience with highly qualified faculty offering challenging group projects. Flexible course offerings were helpful. I have 3 degrees but this has to be one of the most attractive campuses i have ever attended. Completed the degree with strong advising support and administration was easy to work with. I am certain the the graduating class all found responsible positions by the time they graduated.
This is an excellent university. The university has beautiful facilities, patient and knowledgeable professors, and students who are focused and want to learn. I recommend this university to any new student who is looking to study at a respectable university.
My experience with Nova Southeastern University was great. The teachers answered any questions I had in a timely manner. The topic discussions were interesting and every one respectfully participated. Lots of reports to write. The financial aid department processed payments on time .
NSU is a good institution and I would recommend it to incoming students. The university has new facilities, nicely manicured grounds, and wonderful professors. Unfortunately, the degree that I obtained (B.S. Biology) is more of a stepping stone to an advance degree. With it alone, the job prospects are bleak.