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This University has incredible professors in Old andQuite BrightReligion/Religious
This University has incredible professors in Old and New Testament studies. The Psychology Department is very strong. Math and English are taught at a High School level and by ill equipped and uninformed professors. In Gen Ed's, professors are pulled from all corners to teach basic classes. Sometimes that is a delight, while in other courses the pupil's seem to instruct the instructor.
1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Innovation: D+
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It's only now, looking back after 20 years,Religion/Religious
It's only now, looking back after 20 years, that I can see how influential and foundational my years at CBC (CCU) were. Though I had bad advising that ended up with me receiving two associates degrees instead of one bachelors, the college was in many respects the very start of who I am today as a mother, wife, volunteer in the community and professional. Thank you, CCU.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I would not trade my years at myEducation
I would not trade my years at my college for all the money in the world.
I should have been more money oriented. Keeping me focused on people and spiritual things was not hard. Keeping me into the harsh money reality was hard. Having said that, my life has always worked out okay.

I reommend the future and current students focus on the best professors at the college. Look for those living the example as well as teaching. Distance yourself from the others and only take from them classes that are required.

I also recommend staying in touch with your best friends at college.
Also, do not fall into the trap of criticism or ridcule of faculty, administration, or fellow students. Being respectful is much healthier for all.

God bless CBC&S for all that it was. I sure hope it is holding strong. P.S. Nothing on the questionnaire for those of us who ended up spending most of our lives raising children and/or then being caregivers to elderly parents or chonically ill family members.

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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