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This college was a complete and utter wasteSuper BrilliantPreMed and Medical
This college was a complete and utter waste of time. I spent over 130k to get a useless degree that could not help me to become a physical therapist. The teaching is sub-par. I would never recommend this to anyone. They are anti-fun. They want to sensor life, so when you are out after 4 years you are ignorant and a blind follower of a twisted way of Christianity. They are not open-minded to gay/lesbian couples. The dress code for men and women is out of the 1800's. No skin at all. This is more like a private christian elementary school rather then a college. One time, a faculty memeber suspected of me of owning graphic magazines (Not True), and I was heavily criticized. :( I'm sad I have a degree from this school, do yourself a favor and join a church and a normal university.

Peace & Love,Jesus Martinez

4th Year Male -- Class 2010
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I appreciated learning about my field in anBusiness - Management and Administration
I appreciated learning about my field in an environment that was consistent with my moral and religious upbringing. While there were some rules that seemed extreme, and in my opinion occasionally out of date, I understand that it was my decision to place myself under the school's authority in full awareness of the rules and expectations, therefore to complain about them would be counter productive. I felt the faculty genuinely cared about me and my education. I loved the small family atmosphere.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I'd like to preface this critique by sayingPreLaw and Legal
I'd like to preface this critique by saying I was not kicked out - I left after going to this institution for two years. I was involved - joined a greek, I was even on the Women's soccer team.

If you are the type to not ever think outside the box, then this is the school for you. There is no room for questioning anything - religion, rules, etc. Sadly, in the major I had choosen - pre-law, there was an extreme lack of education on the part of the faculty. Partridge seemed to be the only educated individual on staff. I would go to another professor's class - never bought a book, never studied, and bullshitted all the exams and got an "A". If you ever want to go to law school or even get a higher degree, this is not the place for you.

I am a woman. I have a figure. At CCC, they want you to wear baggy clothes so the men won't know you have a figure. I can't even tell you how many times I was "written up" for "low cut shirts", "skirts too short", "shirts too tight", etc. I think you get the picture. You need to be someone from 18 Kids and Counting to go here.

As for dating, the rules suck. They really do. They don't give couples any room to explore what a healthy relationship should be. However, during my days there, I was able to sneak off campus and go to my boyfriend's apartment many times. If you are used to a normal life - what college should be - drinking, hanging out with both sexes, staying out past midnight and being treated as an adult - one word of advice - find a small group of friends and do what you want out of sight. I never got caught and the last semester was the best semester I ever had there. There are some great people - I left and remain friends with a number of girls and guys.

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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