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“Asking for a tutor is not a sign of weakness or ignorance; it actually means the person is mature enough to admit that someone else can help. ”

Mario Salcedo ’17 Criminal justice and Spanish major from Sioux Center, Iowa

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“I wanted a college that would not only challenge me academically and athletically, but spiritually as well. Northwestern does all three! ”

Madison Bertman ’18 History major from Adel, Iowa

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“The music professors are great. They always make themselves available to help you if you need it. They have high expectations in their classes but make sure to keep it fun as well.”

Andrew Currier ’17 Music major from Ottawa, Kansas

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“I love that I have professors ready to teach me and answer all of my harebrained questions, but who I can also call my mentors and friends.”

Steven Clark ’18 religion major from Belmond, Iowa

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“I love how personal the faculty and staff are in the nursing department. They will do anything for their students to enable them to succeed. While in their classes, you almost feel like one of their kids because they take such an interest in your life.”

Maddie Rasche ’16 Nursing major from Heron Lake, Minnesota

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