Although, life generally comes with its challenges, with the help of staff and student around me, I have been able to overcome several difficulties here at UNNC. I found some courses really complicated last semester and decided to meet the lecturers, they made me feel welcome and suggested the things I had to do to improve my performance. I could remember one of my lecturers gave me her personal textbook to help me with a course and told me to hold onto it till the end of the semester.
I didn’t have the opportunity to enjoy this kind of student-lecturer relationship during my undergraduate studies. The surprising thing about so many of these things is that what I think is a rare privilege I am enjoying; they are just normal things for them to do. They are always willing to help me become an outstanding student and a better person which means so much to me.
UNNC isn’t just also bordered about the students within the school premises only, the university also bothers itself with what happens to the student after leaving or graduating from the university through their growing alumni network.
As big as UNNC has grown, the university monitors the academic performance of each and every students with personal tutors always available to ask me about my performance, experience and difficulties and seek to help me as best as they can to improve my overall performance. It is not just only about helping me in those situations again that endeared UNNC to my heart but their interest in my employability status; they offer guidance to students on their choice of career and also guided me in writing an outstanding CV.
To UNNC, every student is a star, little wonder they are always keen on every student’s feedback and take every criticism and suggestions from students with a heart of having much room for improvement. As perfect as the university seem to be, the management is always looking for every opportunity to grow the staff, students and infrastructures.
I am not surprised where this great institution of learning is seated globally, and I will not be surprised if it grows to the pinnacle very soon because of the way at which the school is looking for more ways to grow.