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I received an outstanding Engineering education in a Christian environment at LeTourneau University. The academics were rigorous and the intentional integration of faith with school and work was life-changing. Classes were tough, but class sizes were small and professors were much more available than my friends reported at larger universities. Because it is not a typical party school, entertainment and social activities were creative, unique, and usually wholesome. Dorms and societies (Christian fraternities)took on their own unique personalities, and the intramural sport system was excellent. Chapel services were what you made of them - I learned from and appreciated most of them. There were people from all different backgrounds, cultures and theological positions and they blended well and accepted each other (I even knew one open-minded atheist). The only students I knew that did not appreciate the environment were ones opposed to Christianity (usually sent by parents). I believe that LeTourneau did a great job of preparing me for a career and several job offers from leading companies attest to its reputation. More importantly, LeTourneau helped me learn how to live out my faith personally and professionally, and helped me transition from being a child of man to a child of God. I would highly recommend LeTourneau to anyone seeking a Christ-centered education, and I hope at least one of my children attends there.
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