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| I can't emphasize how bad this "University" sucks. Future Christian Hopefuls, BE FOREWARNED!! |
The music department is in such shambles they can't get anything straight!! The department head is like 85 yrs old and bases her decisions on the whining of overbearing parents and self-entitled students. I have personally heard her make bigoted and ignorant comments about her own teachers. They need to demand someone new take this position, It's WELL OVERDUE. I bet I could get the signature of every student and teacher on a petition.
The only person you can get a straight answer from on the department is Patti the secretary. If I could describe the department in one word it would be: TRAINWRECK.
I spend thousands of dollars a year on this ridiculously, overpriced education and they go and fire the only voice teacher that can teach!!! SHAME ON YOU!! This voice department is a complete joke!!! They don't give you an honest education in the arts- they won't open doors for you- they don't support their educators, and they CERTAINLY don't uphold Christian Values. RUN AWAY AS FAST AS YOU CAN! In addition to all of this, Ignorance and intolerance is prevalent on this campus, Campus life opportunities are few, and the food plans are awful and expensive.
|Jul 20 2012|| Male --
Class 2000 |
| My department is not creative or competitive. There is a built-in presence in this community, but try taking your degree to a bigger market. Without natural talent, you're going to have trouble. Ignorance and intolerance is prevalent on this campus. Campus life opportunities are few. Food plans are awful and expensive. UH & Phase 5 & 6 are the only decent housing options on campus. Dorm life is basically prison. I'm a senior and I'm so burnt out on dumb busy work it seems like it will be impossible to finish. If I could take back coming here, I would. |
|Feb 21 2012|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2012 |
| Very limited diversity, if you are not Church of Christ, you don't exist. You are not hired for work-study or considered valuable. Although initially impressed with the school when I came to visit, when I started school it was impossible to sort out the necessary classes for my major. I ended up being placed in a major that had just been eliminated, which caused me to have to change majors and spend an additional semester taking classes that I had missed. My advisor helped me to decide what classes I needed, but seemed to be unaware that the degree I was seeking no longer existed. I had to park myself in the registrar's office to finally figure out that I had been taking and paying for classes that were not necessary for my major. I requested a new advisor and did get one who was more helpful. But I'm now responsible for paying for the classes that I was assigned. If you decide to go to school here, be sure to double and triple check anything that you are told. The education varies depending on department, but one example that should give pause: The computer science department is teaching computer programs from 1990......... |
|Jul 15 2011|| Male --
Class 2000 |