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Pensacola Christian College

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Jan 09 2015Unknown
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Great campus. Great price. Nothing but spiritual oppression and hypocrisy from Student Life, however. If you want to be treated as an adult, capable of making your own decisions, simply put, do NOT go here. If you want to be sheltered and treated as a child and be told when to go to bed, you'll love it! It's just that simple.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2012
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Individual Value: F
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Jan 09 2015Education
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PCC has no care for any student unless they are not an "exception" student. I had a special migraine disorder that required me to lie still until it passed. Usually took 6 hours. No matter what I tried, I could not get an approval for the classes since I no longer have dr's notes. Nor do I have the money to spend on a dr's visit for something I already know I have. I was asked to leave since I had missed too many classes. So if you want to attend PCC, expect to never get sick on a long term basis or you'll probably be given the boot. The staff is also very hypocritical. Many different instances with this one.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Campus Maintenance: A+, Education Quality: F
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I write this as a Christian, homeschooling mother of four.
I spent two years at their private high school and a year at the college itself. It was a degrading experience and I was glad I got out. I ran to this school as a way to get out of a bad family situation, but I only managed to run from one emotionally and spiritually abusive situation into another.

The system the college has set up for "moral accountability" is nerve wracking and put me on edge even though I was a line follower. I was a full believer in the school when I started but in the end my fervor was eaten away by the lack of trust and true compassion from the school.

The school was really subtle about their judgmental attitudes. Many of the teachers there truly did care, but the harshness in the system was built into the deans themselves and the floor leaders/student leaders they trained. Someone could smile to your face and turn you in with no qualms the moment your back was turned. Walking around campus you would see students sitting in common areas holding phones. Those were the people you wanted to avoid. As a woman I could walk past two of them and get nailed with a demerit by the third because my shirt was "too tight" on my curvy frame. Skinny, flat chested girls could get away with tighter clothes. Heaven forbid you have an average frame, you are stuck wearing maternity type shirts or jackets all the time.

As a homeschooling mother of four children I cannot recommend this college to anyone and have actively discouraged other homeschool parents from considering this school for their child. I am raising my children to be adults. If my children still need babysitting in their college years, I have failed in my job as a parent. I am not saying that the college experience has to have the cultural expectations of debauchery and wild living. However, I do expect my children to make sound decisions by the time they are legal adults. That should be the goal of any parent who wants what is best for their child.

Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Starting Job: Homeschool parent Preparedness: F Reputation: F
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