New England School Of Communications - Bangor, ME
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New England School Of Communications
The highest degree offered by the school is the Bachelor's degree. New England School of Communications is a private, for-profit school.
Contacting the School
1 College Circle
Bangor, ME 04401
Main Phone: 2079417176
Web Site: www.nescom.edu
Student Body Size and Diversity
In Fall 2002, the school had 391 (full-time equivalent) students. 98.6% of students attend full-time, while 1.4% attend part-time. In Fall 2002, 111 male students and 32 female students enrolled as first-time students (freshmen, typically). Male students comprised 77.6% of the student body, while females made up 22.4%.
Minority enrollment included African-American (8)%, Hispanic (3)%, Asian (11)%, and Native American (2)%.
In the class starting in 2002, 40.5% of applicants were admitted.
- Associate's Degree
- Bachelor's Degree
Special Student Services
- AP credits
- Student employment services
- Career counseling
- Placement services for graduates. However career placement is not guaranteed.
Cost of Attending
|In-State, Living On Campus:||$ 19,570.00|
|In-State, Living With Family:||$ 13,020.00|
|Out of State, Living On Campus:||$ 19,570.00|
- Secondary school record is required.
- Recommendations are required.
- The TOEFL (if applicable) is required for international students.
- High-school GPA is recommended.
- Secondary school rank is recommended.
- Standardized test scores are recommended.
- A demonstration of competency (such as samples of work, e.g.) is recommended.
- A college preparatory program is neither required nor recommended.