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Mississippi College has continually walked the line betweenQuite BrightCommunications
Mississippi College has continually walked the line between being a true Christian University and simply a believers University. As an alumni from the school, I am proud of the education that I received because it has truly helped me as I progress forward in my work. However, I had to jump through too many hoops and verbally fight with plenty of its administration when I was attending. Some of the administration are two faced, arrogant, and completely biased against students who don't particularly fit the mold of Mississippi College. During my time there, I even tried to be a part of the clubs and tribse system and I really didn't enjoy it. The only thing that made it worth going through were the individuals that I had rushed with. Those in charge of that system were completely biased against those in particular clubs and showed favortism to clubs they felt were a true image of MC. What kept me from leaving after two years was the great faculty in my department and the good friends that I made while attending. Other than that, I would have left immediately. When it concerns growing in your faith at this university, it will always be a mixed bag. They are purely right wing Christians and if you have a different mindset of Christianity; they will look down on you. Both certain students and faculty. At MC, chapel is required and honestly it wouldn't be a problem if the core concept was opening the Bible each service. I have been part of many moments when students quickly left chapel because it was profoundly ridiculous. While being at this university is not the worst time of my life, it was challenging in the sense that I had to fight tooth and nail to prove my own beliefs. Until the day MC truly starts thinking about its students instead of itself, it will remain the same type of place it is currently. If you want to come to this university to grow as a Christian, I recommend you find another university. However, if you want to come for a great education and opportunities later, go ahead and sign up, but be ready for some type of opposition.
4th Year Male -- Class 2016
Scholastic Success: A+, University Resource Use/ spending: F
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All I'm going to say is this.Quite BrightChemistry
All I'm going to say is this. Do not come to this hell hole if you're looking for a good time. Everybody here is very sheltered and spoiled. Nobody ever does anything outside there clubs or tribes (fake fraternities and sororities). It is very expensive and you get very little scholarships. Do not go to this school. It'll be the worst mistake of your life.
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Individual Value: F
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Mississippi College is a Baptist Christian school, andQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Mississippi College is a Baptist Christian school, and that is exemplified clearly. Chapel is a required course, as is Old and New Testament. Visiting hours are ridiculous, and when those of the opposite sex are checked into your room, your room is checked by an RA every hour, your feet must be parallel to the floor, lights must be on, and neither of you can be under covers. They are so, so strict about the opposite sex visiting in your dorms or your dorm's lobby. People are very conservative and closed minded, too. Fake sororities and fraternities, called clubs and tribes are offered. They are all very annoying and very strict.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Scholastic Success: A+, Social Life: F
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