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I would never suggest going to this college.Not so brightFinance
I would never suggest going to this college. I am going into my second semester of my sophomore year and I am miserable. I've tried transferring to a number of different colleges but no regionally accredited colleges will accept me. If you have any doubt that you might stay all four years here, please do not waste your time. None of your credits will transfer. Also, concerning financial aid, PCC claims to be very helpful in this area. They are not. All of the admissions faculty are extremely impersonal and could care less about what financial struggles you're going through. They say that they offer scholarships, but there is only a small handful to begin with, and an even smaller number of students who actually qualify. Also, they only offer two types of student loans. The Pickett and Hatcher, and The A-beka Foundations loan. The first I mentioned only picks a small number of students from a each state. The second, can only be acquired if an EXTENDED family member will cosign. No immediate member. Concerning academics, PCC has a farely good system. However, they will load you down with TONS of homework assignments making it hard to ever have free time. Second, there are so many rules and things to have to remember in order just to keep from being expelled that it makes it hard to even focus on academics. These are just a few of MANY reason why I would suggest never to waste your time attending this joke of a college.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2018
Campus Aesthetics: A-, Useful Schoolwork: F
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The administration and most of the students at PCC are nuts
1st Year Male -- Class 1993
Collaboration/Competitive: C, Education Quality: F
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This school would NOT be recommended to anyone.BrightNursing
This school would NOT be recommended to anyone. You are made to believe it is a great campus with great teachers who care about their students. Just not true. They care only about the alumni's children and are willing to help them so they continue to get money from them.

This school has so many rules and you are not told many of the rules until you show up on campus. Then it is a nightmare trying to do everything right to not get kicked out or sent to student court even for things that were not you but that you got blamed for. The school has every rule from the military, from the criminal justice system and from extremely stringent conservative Biblical rules. There is no way to not get in trouble.

The tuition is very reasonable but the way they milk the student is failing you in classes or not accepting you to programs such as engineering or nursing etc. then convincing you to come back for another year and make better grades and that you should get into the program. This is not reality. After you try again, this time with very good grades, you are still not accepted and no explanation is ever given.

Be a better steward of what God blesses you with and find a school that still has Christian morals and rules and shapes their students but allows for growth and sensibility at the same time. Every day at this school is a fearful experience--either afraid of not making good enough grades, afraid of not getting accepted, or afraid you will break a rule that you didn't even know about. Don't waste a year or two here. Go elsewhere first!!!

AND you are not allowed to count any of your tuition off on your tax return because they do not accept federal funds so no deductions is allowed and they send NO 1099's for tuition!!! BEWARE!!!!Leaving campus is an act of congress just to go shopping etc. leaving for the weekend is unheard of unless it is with your parents. Boyfriends or girlfriends are not allowed to come pick you up and go off campus for anything. It seems that there is a GPS tracking chip in the student ID card that tracks your every move off campus or on campus. This is very scary and you can get in big trouble if they don't like a store or restaurant you go to or where you go on Christmas break. There is no Spring Break but Bible Conference instead that is mandatory for all students. So you can't go home or off somewhere for Spring Break.

1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Education Quality: F
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