NCC Student Interview - Chris
Virtual Tours by Students
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
He's a junior at North Central, so I'm just gonna ask him a couple questions about what it's like to be in North Central. Chris, go and just introduce yourself and explain why you chose your central. I financed Chinese double major minor and business administrations. I shows North Central because I found it through the fact that I'm a local around here from Naples area. It's got a three rail renounced business school. So I figured that this would be a good choice for me. So be a cost effective to be able to live at home and actually go here cool and then describe North Central student Clyde here, like the student body. Okay, Uh, so generally, there's a pretty welcoming attitude here, so it's It's not a terrible place to be. I wouldn't call it toxic per se, but there's definitely a stigma a lot of people have being in or central is one of the greatest, uh, schools around ever, which is kind of held by law. Small town people because they've never actually been to bigger places and seen better things. If you're like the major's the workload, classroom dynamics. So I would say that North Central's everyone's best place to be is for us. Academics go because we have a lot less of us social environment in the traditional sense that colleges get, we don't have frats don't have some worries because of that. There's sort of a initial a group of people that think they're going to college for that. They sent tend to kind of fall out of the first like two year, too. So a lot of people have Maura manoeuvres focus on academics, which I really like. I can actually be around students that are here tto be career driven, which is really helpful because it keeps me on task. Uh, frozen north Central sin or central is great for career driven on. They have an international atmosphere because of our age old establishment. I mean, we were born around the late eighteen hundreds or something, right. Because of that, we have a very internationally connected network, which is really cool because we have a lot of students that are international students. So you get more of a bigger opinion on the rest of the world, which is something that I should say is you need to our college, other pros, teachers and evil students to find their own academic ways, which is really cool. A lot of teachers are really, really involved in their own academic fields. So whether that be keeping up with current studies, doing their own research in the pushing students to do more with the classes they take, which is an awesome part of our culture here. Uh, no one, really, uh, plans to do anything about improving that. What devices were central or different cheeses from other campuses? We don't have parties. Uh, as far as academics go, I feel like North Central students kind of our more involved in the actual career path. Even I mean, to be honest, a majority of people I know where atleast the double major like it's. It's so easy to become a double major and actually involve yourself in numerous fields that it's almost high rare to see someone not become a double major.