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| Bluefield College is a very small school that has its problems, but overall is a good place to be. I would not be the person I have become if it were not for the people here and the experiences that I've had. |
|Oct 09 2002|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2004 |
| Bluefield College was a perfect fit for me. Out of high school I was a bit of a wild child and BC helped me calm down and find who I was academically, spiritually and socially. |
I found that the Christian environment here was nothing like I had expected. BC has a statement of Faith for all of her faculty and staff; however the students are not required to have a statement of Christian Faith. The leadership at BC is amazing and they guided me in every aspect of my life. It is neither too conservative nor liberal.
I had the opportunity to travel internationally with BC. I had a stellar GPA at BC, which was refreshing since in high school C?s were common to see on my tests. I developed lifelong friendships with my professors in and out of my major and minor.
The pro and con of Bluefield in my opinion are the same. It is small. Pro: 12 to 1, Student to Teacher ratio that creates one on one attention. Every question is answered. Con: Everyone knows what is going on all the time.
I recommend that if you are looking at Bluefield College to visit it and spend plenty of time on campus before you commit. BC does not work for everyone, so see if it is a perfect fit for you.
|Mar 29 2011|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
| This school is great! Esp if you desire a small community type setting; the largest classes only hold 32 students and most of my classes consist of 10 or less! I took one class where there were 4 students and 2 professors! My teachers are great about emailing me back and having plenty of office hours! The EDU professors are the best!! and we are Nationally Accredited!! :) I have never felt like a number; the financial aid, and buisness office ladies and I are on a first name basis. There is a lot to do on campus but it takes YOU getting involved and having a desire! My advice to you...GET INVOLVED! Go to the people in the financial aid office and allow them to put a face with a name. They will always make time to see you and talk about your account. If you put forth the effort you will receive a whole lot of love from the staff/faculty and students |
|Jan 04 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2014 |