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| I came to this school looking for a christian education as well as a good time. That was a horrible mistake. This school is so close-minded when it comes to any other mindset besides the conservative evangelical zombies that run around this place. Christianity is forced down ones throat with a crippling amount of christ-centered general education requirements. There is absolutely nothing fun to do on campus either. No parties. No nothing. All people want to do is watch movies. |
For some this might be okay but if you want to have fun in college and try new things then don't come here. Rochester has much more to offer than this glorified boarding school.
|Jan 14 2013|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2016 |
| Tuition is expensive, but financial aid is pretty easy to come by, both merit-based and need-based.|
School is small and may have a few cliques, but it's the kind of school that you can sit down with anyone at lunch and a friendship strikes up (I got to know my current boyfriend eating lunch after a class:)
If you aren't a Christian, I would still recommend Roberts as a great education, but with full knowledge that the Christian worldview is present in most classroom.
For strong Christians, teachers make sure you think about your beliefs and encourage open-mindedness, but aren't there to change your beliefs to theirs.
|Oct 27 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2015 |
| This school's teaching faculty are helpful, knowledgable and nice to be around. I love my teachers, and they genuinely care about me. However, anyone in the records, registration, and admissions departments is quite hard to deal with. My major was mislabeled, I got extra credits dumped on me, (in order to graduate on time), two weeks into the semester due to a screw up, and they have failed multiple times to keep track of records sent into their departments, leading to an hold being placed on MY account until I could produce them. What a joke! Get it together! |
|Oct 09 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2016 |