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| It's a pretty expensive school, but almost everyone I've talked to say they recieved a sizeable scholarship.|
Everyone is a proud Christian and wants you to be one too. If you're not, it's fine; just be prepared for every class you take to have that overarching theme.
I'm in the honor's college, and the courses aren't very hard. There's more homework than in highschool, but less class time too.
The buildings aren't beautiful, but they're not trashy. Everyone's friendly, you just have to approach them first. The teachers will take a personal interest in you if you approach them first and make yourself more than just a number. The course requirements are kind of slacking. But that could be because it's a liberal arts college.
|Oct 03 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2016 |
| As a student preparing to enter the field of medicine, Houston Baptist provides the resources I need for a promising future. The professors are more than qualified, approachable, and care for each pupil's future. The campus is more intimate than other large-scale universities. I never had to worry about getting lost or be greatly intimidated. HBU provides a very smooth transition from high school into college living. |
|Jul 17 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2015 |
| The University is a good place for many students to grow and develop. Not a place for a very independent person, but for those that need involvement and help during their undergrad tenure. Overall, I would recommend it for students whom might struggle during these years |
|Jul 12 2012|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2013 |