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Pensacola Christian College was a very positive educationalEducation
Pensacola Christian College was a very positive educational experience for me. What I learned at school definitely helped me after I graduated. The faculty really cares about their students and were always more than willing to help in any way they could. Besides the great academic experience, I also enjoyed the athletic and social aspect of this college. There were plenty of ways to get involved, such as collegian sports and other activities, church activities, and volunteer opportunities. I loved my time at PCC.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I LOVE TO FORNICATE.Super BrilliantAstronomy
I LOVE TO FORNICATE. My boyfriend has a monster dick, and I suck and deep throat all 13 inches of that. AND GUESS WHAT? I LUV IT. ASS FUCKING IS THE GREATEST pleasure of my life. ENJOY.
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I am about ten years out of college now.Communications
I am about ten years out of college now. Looking back, I can see several key things. First and foremost, I was not taught to be aggressive or a go-getter. In fact I was taught quite the opposite. I can see the effect it had on me in my first few positions. I was bombarded with instruction on being humble and obedient. There were illustrations during chapel sermons about never complaining, stay in line, obey, do what you're told. Being assertive, having ambition, being a self-starter were not traits woven into the fabric life at this school. In a faith context that makes sense. But the philosophy carried over into enforcement of an intricate series of student life rules. I entered a field that requires confidence and an occasional aggressive attitude. I went into my first two positions with the mindset that I was honoring God by doing what I was told, and not doing anything until I was told. I have seen that the staff of the college seems to operate this way. In the private sector this can be deadly. I finally shook it off and have found some measure of success.

Another key thing I recall is the lack of external internships. It was difficult to get permission to line one up. I never had one through the college. They were never mentioned in class, not listed in the catalog.

Those are the negatives. There were some positives as well.I had access to some very current computer resources. I had instructors who had been out in the business world and were able to actually teach application alongside theory (except when it came to writing resumes. But I suspect all college professors are bad at that!). I had a solid educational foundation. The rest was up to me.

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