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Great University! People areAveragePsychology
Great University! People are friendly and treat you like a person and instructors help in every way they possibly can. Highly recommended! You really get a Christian Education!The only problem about this college is the lady at the front desk she is nosy, but over all GREAT University! :)
2nd Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Faculty Accessibility: A
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I am an adult student, taking online classesBusiness - Management and Administration
I am an adult student, taking online classes to finish my degree. CCU seemed like a great university to finish my degree. However, one year in, I feel very foolish in my decision to study here. The courses are not challenging, and uber expensive. I am a Christian, and I hate saying this, but the curriculum is too Christian based. I am a business major, not a theology major. I would love to transfer to a state university, but I already paid over $6000 for their required courses which will not transfer to any other school. My husband also attended CCU, but he made the mistake of informing the woman in charge of his enrollment, Brandy, that he was a Catholic, and she completely ignored him and would not assist him for months when he attempted to enroll. Do not be fooled by CCU. They may endorse Rick Santorum, but they are ardently anti-Catholic!
Male -- Class 2000
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This is a great place is you wantBrightCommunications
This is a great place is you want to come and become brain washed into a christian drone. Tuition is ridiculous for the half ass facilities they provide, student housing is awful. The cafeteria food is unhealthy and sickening. Goose poop covers majority of all sidewalks. The campus pond smells like something died in there and most of the students are sheltered home school kids who do not know anything about the real world and are afraid to stand up reality in which they are not even living in. Classes are ridiculously easy and teachers are super lenient and its awesome how much you do not have to apply your self if you don't want to. Mandatory chapel and 250 hours of community service is outrageous to have to complete in order to graduate.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2012
Surrounding City: A+, Scholastic Success: F
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