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| BJU is not for everyone. There are rules that seem stupid, but many are in place for order and professionalism. Do not go to BJU if you can't handle obedience to authority, even if you disagree with the rules. Don't go to BJU if you are wanting/expecting a party life on the weekends. Frankly, homework and studies here are enough to keep you occupied sometimes. Plus students are not allowed to drink/smoke etc. (praise God). |
Go to BJU if you want to be encouraged spiritually, challenged academically, and molded into a professional ready to serve God in a secular or ministerial job. Go to BJU if you want a disciplined atmosphere and if you want to be held responsible for your actions.
I personally don't necessarily agree with EVERYTHING that is said here or agree with all the standards. But that's ok -- I'm not here to debate or prove them "wrong." I'm here to get an excellent Christian education.And that's what I'm getting.
|Dec 06 2007|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2009 |
| I would NEVER recommend Bob Jones, but I did find a handful of TRUE friends. I only attended for a year and a half. I only had TWO teachers who truly cared. The school is VERY stuck up and they think that they have "arrived". Students there would GLADLY turn you in so your best guess is to not tell ANYONE how you TRULY feel or think. They would rather believe the worse about you and you are guilty until you, and no one will believe you, can prove that you are innocent. As I said I would NEVER recommend going to school at Bob Jones. And guys, whatever you do, DO NOT date a Resident hall girl. You do not want to know what most, NOT all but MOST, do on summer nights. |
|Sep 08 2007|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2009 |