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| it's sad that a college with so much potential can be such a disappointment. the school is elitest and brutal. I cannot recommend it to anyone. |
|May 09 2001|| 4th Year Female --
Class 1996 |
| I graduated with a prelaw degree from Pensacola Christian College. Then it was time to go to law school. With an UNACCREDITED undergrad degree, that ended up being a problem.|
Law schools are divided into four "tiers." The first tier is the best, and the fourth tier is the worst. Obviously, I started applying at first tier schools. No luck. I finally went to a third tier school.
In the legal profession, it is vital to go to the best school possible. Although I graduated with a 3.68 from PCC, I was unable to get into the grad school of my choice.
So, did it affect my career? Absolutely. I should never have gone to PCC.
Yes, there are students who have gotten into good law schools. Many of these students, however, had to attend another school before they eventually got into law school.
And for those who say "Regent University" accepts PCC undegrad degrees, keep in mind that Regent is FOURTH TIER. According to US News and World Report, Regent ranks in the bottom quarter of all law schools everywhere.Beware!
|May 09 2001|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
Pensacola Christian College is a Non-Accredited college located about 20 minutes from the beach. The first post was to say the least not a little inaccurate. |
1. The College has NO locks on dormroom doors nor does it allow any.
2. Random searches can be made of students rooms at anytimes.
3. Students are restricted from going to beaches that are near to the school and are only "allowed" to go to beaches which are divided by sex. Males go to one, females to another.
4. On the non accredited note, If you want to transfer you very likely cant if you want to keep yourPCC credits. If you want anything business or anything that is a nonterminal degree (ie gradschool next) Do not go here.
|May 09 2001|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2001 |