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Lee presents itself as a "Christian" university andBrightEducation
Lee presents itself as a "Christian" university and it is. The chapel services are good, the speakers are from all aspects of life, the faculty are all very friendly (not all are as available and helpful as they could be), and the campus is VERY beautiful. However, as "Christian" as the university wants to be, unfortunately, my roommates were far from that. They were, for the most part, very cliqueish and were not very inclusive towards me. I think my 2 years spent at Lee would have been much more enjoyable had my roommates portrayed a more "Christ-like" attitude and spirit about them.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Surrounding City: D+
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Lee University is not for everyone.Quite BrightBiology
Lee University is not for everyone. That's the main thing I wish I would've known before coming here. If you're interested in being around Christians 24/7 then this place is for you. I am a Christian, but it has been difficult to reconcile with the idea of being surrounded exclusively by Christians...shouldn't I be sharing the Gospel with others instead of confining myself to the company of like-minded people? (That's another tangent though..) I came to Lee because they gave me the most scholarship money, but I may transfer after my sophomore year. There are a lot of great things about Lee, but there definitely are a lot of negatives too. The rules are managable but definitely get annoying after a while. My advice? Come visit Lee before you come. Don't come with Frontline or during Lee Day, but try to come when there's nothing special going on. Sit in on classes and ask current students questions -- and if you still feel like it's a good fit, then it probably is! Just objectively weigh your options.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Surrounding City: F
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Do not attend this university for their sciences,Quite BrightOther
Do not attend this university for their sciences, nursing, or pre-med program. Last year, they had around 89 biochemistry majors. However, only FOUR of these people ended up graduating with a biochem degree. This university constantly talks about their huge 90-100% acceptance rate. What they aren't telling people, however, is that they weed out almost everyone so that there is almost no one left to apply to future graduate/medical school programs. I would advise you to go to go somewhere else because this school's science department will completely destroy your GPA even if you are extremely bright and intelligent.
4th Year Male -- Class 2015
Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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