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| My experience at Moody has been phenomenal! I'm going into my sophmore year, and I am so confident and ecstatic about being at Moody again. Yes, it's difficult to get adjusted at first to the big city, the smaller campus, and the new people, but you'll find that the campus becomes home, and you really make the city of Chicago your campus. The longer you're there, the more friends you'll make and the closer you'll get to people and Moody in general. The profs are knowledgeable and godly people, who, in my experience, have been very willing to talk and help. |
There are many opportunities to get involved on campus - it just depends on whether you put yourself out there and get involved or not. If you don't make effort, then you'll end up cynical, disgruntled, and lonely, but it's really only your fault. Take a risk! Put yourself out there and join something! Moody's student body is diverse, and you can make some wonderful friends if you allow yourself to. No one is perfect, especially on a Christian campus, but the student body has truly tried to become more united this past year, and succeeded. Moody is a wonderful school if you are positive that you're called to ministry, and willing to focus on the Lord and not the little imperfections.
|Aug 14 2013|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2016 |
| Moody Bible Institute Chicago or Spokane are both great places to go to school. Both have different feels, but are great in their own ways. Both have plenty to do (outdoors - Spokane), and city life (Chicago). The students are friendly, but often quite busy due to a lot of coursework and extra requirements (such as Practical Christian Ministry work). Regardless of where you go, you will get great professors, but Spokane is much more of a relaxing and academically creative environment compared to Chicago. Chicago has much more tradition and history compared to the former, but either place will provide a quality education. |
|May 13 2013|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2014 |
| The education at MBI is worthwhile. They could ratchet up some of the first year courses which are a lot of "busy work". The faculty are great, but the Residence Life and student support services are deathly. |
Moody needs to treat it students better: they wonder why they all graduate and never donate. I believe in the mission of Moody. Its just sad how bad they've become at doing it. Students are treated like cattle by every department except the faculty. Its almost hilarious how the school runs for the sake of donors, not the students themselves. A school that thinks little of its students=MBI.
|May 04 2013|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2011 |