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First, the school lied about food which isBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
First, the school lied about food which is horrible on a daily basis don't let them tell you otherwise. I found the faculty to be nice and help when I needed it. This is a christian college? No, everyone judges you for whatever you say and do. If you are strong spiritually you wont be anymore if you are here for over a semester. They take faith and shove it into your face so much that you are tired of it. Don't get me wrong learning of God is a great thing but it is not something that can be forced to students on a daily basis. The internet is constantly down. We are in downtown Dallas there is crime around us and if you want to go somewhere on a week night or weekend, good luck, there is nothing but office buildings and strip clubs. Oh and if you wanna take a swim walk about half a mile to the hotel across the street and swim there. The technology is behind. Also in the boys dorm you also live with the "dorm dad" and his entire family consisting of 4 people.
1st Year Male -- Class 2012
Friendliness: A, Education Quality: F
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NOT a real college!!!! If one person avoidsPsychology
NOT a real college!!!! If one person avoids this school just from reading this comment God will be pleased, please do even step foot in this dead school. It's full of demons and satanic influences. All of the students that graduated from this "school" should be embarrassed there's only about 150 students at this college AT BEST it's also in the middle of nowhere, save yourself from this place God does not want his children walking into a trap!
Male -- Class 2000
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DCC was a fantasticQuite BrightEducation
DCC was a fantastic place to study. The professors care deeply about their students and giving them the knowledge and tools they need to work in the ministry throughout the world.
Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Starting Job: Teacher; Preparedness: A+ Reputation: A
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