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There are a number of student groups on campus that allow for Christian discussions and support.
The college would not be a Christian green house that will protect and nurture faith. It is instead a private liberal arts college that will challenge your faith and hopefully cause you to grow.
At Berea College there is a sense of being able to meet just about every kind of person that you would run across in society. What makes Berea unique is that a conservative Christian can sit down and talk with an anarchist or a homosexual rights student activist and have a civilized conversation. I'm the former, but I count some of the people with views very opposed to my own as friends. That is what makes Berea college unique and worth attending. Well, the atmosphere I just described and the fact that there is no charge for tuition, if you get accepted. Getting accepted isn't easy here, so good luck.
I hope that more African-American students will apply. The college founder started the school with a 50/50 black and white enrollment. That was changed by a state law aimed at Berea that the college lost in the Supreme Court, so Berea segregated until Brown vs. Board of Education. The college is having a hard time finding African-American students to apply.
Please apply to Berea College, regardless of who you are. I think you will find that this school will do a lot of good for you in the long run. Best wishes!
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