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My experience at Multnomah was an overwhelmingly positiveHistory/Histories (art history/etc.)
My experience at Multnomah was an overwhelmingly positive one. The academics were extremely challenging, and the support of the professors is second to none. My years at Multnomah were a time of tremendous growth, and I have come out the other side a changed person. I could have gotten an accredited degree elsewhere but it would not have meant as much in terms of actual education. MU challenged me to learn how to think, not what to think. I learned more about the Bible in one semester than in many years growing up in the church. Being equipped to apply Biblical principles in my career has set me apart from my peers and led to several promotions due to character and work ethic. This school has changed a lot in the past 5 years and has been in a season of growth since they got a new president. MU is headed in a very healthy direction and I hear there are more social activities on campus.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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If you are going to school for aCommunications
If you are going to school for a career this is not the school for you.
If you want to study the Bible then I suggest reading it and reading what others have written about it.

If you intend to be a pastor then go here and find a wife as they call it Multnomah bridal college and no one hires pastors who aren't married except Catholics.

Remember Jesus and the apostles were uneducated men who practiced what they preached and exercised their beliefs.

While college is an experience, the money it costs to go to this school could give you experiences instead of just learning in an isolated environment. Travel the world. Do some missionary work. Proclaim the good news of the resurrection.

If you want to be part of the "Christian establishment", the well paid types who have their reward then it is worth going here cause you will earn enough for the investment to be worthwhile.

But as for those who love the Lord even though they will not be paid, this everything you could learn hear for over 70 grand over four years could be learned in much less time for around 5$ in late charges at the public library.When I went here I'd been devoting the Word of God for 7 years I learned very little

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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The school is moreQuite BrightCommunications
The school is more challenging then any other school i attended. a good school to attend if you are looking for an education from a Christian world view.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2009
Education Quality: A+, Extracurricular Activities: B
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