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| I graduated from Evangel and am completely happy with my experience there. You will spend a chunk of change on your education, but the connections you make more then negate what you spend. You meet faculty members that would bend over backward to help you. The facutly and staff are almost always gneuinely happy to see you, and easily accessible. If you're looking for a good Christian environment to attend college, but are pursuing liberal arts, this is the place for you. Keep in mind that no place is perfect, and there are also bad seeds. |
|Oct 06 2005|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2005 |
The three worse things about evangel.|
1. The School is a hypocrite. (sp?)
i saved up as much money as i possibly could throughout highschool. I went to school on my own. I didn't have a rich mummy or daddy to pay my way for me. Evangel doesn't seem to realize this. Absolutly anything you do there they want money for as a fine. I was working full time when i was there. I got off of work a half-hour before curfew, therefore they wouldn't give me an extention on my curfew. Of course i worked about forty five minutes away. I was fined $5 at least once or twice a week.
This school talks about how having god should be your main focus. things such as that. Too Godly minded to do any earthly good some would say, but the people that say that are the ones who think they are soooo much better than everyone.
Although this comment has not been very coherent, and with bad spelling (went to evangel, what do you expect)I would not recommend anyone to go there, going in you may have such a heart to do things for God. They will squash it, you will be discusted to call yourself a christian after being with them. I now call myself a jesus freak. Since a christian is what evangel is full of, i have no desire to be assosiated for them
|Apr 30 2005|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2006 |
| Evangel was a great experience. I received an education equal or better than many other top name schools. The smaller college allows the opportunity to grow, participate and learn in areas which would not be open to every student at a larger university. Experience through hands on activity is just as important as the classroom lessons. Evangel provides both types of learning. The close interaction with the Professors is a life changing experience in itself. |
|Mar 25 2005|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |