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WHY CHOOSE NORTHWOOD TECH?
Learn what makes Northwood Tech stand out
Navigating the college application process can be confusing and intimidating – especially if you haven't been in school in a while or are a first-time college student. Demystify the process here.
Northwood Tech has a simple three-step admissions process you can complete in one visit.
- Apply online.
- Review admissions requirements.
- Meet with a Northwood Tech counselor.
Preparation is key. You'll want to take the time to research your career area of choice, what program is the best fit for you and gather all of your documents. If you need to take the ACCUPLACER placement assessment, you'll also want to make sure you brush-up on the skills you'll need to do well. Online resources and the Academic Support Center instructors are available to help you with that. In your final step, the counselor will meet with you to walk through your goals and help you foresee and overcome any obstacles to your success.
Bottom line - Northwood Tech is here to help you experience success, every step of the way.
Earn credits for what you already know.
Get the one-on-one support you need.
Top-ranked education at an affordable price.
Start at Northwood Tech.
Save up to half the cost on tuition compared to a 4-year education.
Support for Your Success
Support for success, Friendly atmosphere
Northwood Tech wants you to succeed. After making the transfer from a large university to Northwood Tech or watching stereotypical college life on TV, students are often surprised by how much effort instructors and staff make to get to know them and take into account their individual needs. At Northwood Tech, you won't find a lecture hall of 300, or even 100, students. It simply doesn't exist. Class sizes are small, so you won't be forgotten.
Students here come from all walks of life, from someone straight out of high school, to those switching careers later in life. You'll find a friendly, accepting atmosphere, where students learn from instructors and each other through their varying viewpoints and experience that make classroom discussions richer and more fulfilling.
of graduates are employed within six months of graduating
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Ranked in Top 150 community colleges nationwide by Aspen Institute