Bethany College - Extra Detail about the Comment|
|Educational Quality||F||Faculty Accessibility||D-|
|Useful Schoolwork||D-||Excess Competition||C|
|Academic Success||D-||Creativity/ Innovation||B-|
|Individual Value||B||University Resource Use||D|
|Campus Aesthetics/ Beauty||A+||Friendliness||A|
|Campus Maintenance||D||Social Life||C+|
|Surrounding City||F||Extra Curriculars||A|
|Describes the student body as:|
Friendly, Broken Spirit, Snooty, Closeminded
Describes the faculty as:
Campus Aesthetics/ Beauty
Though the teachers are helpful, good luck getting in contact with any other faculty member. I had to wait for three months before I was able to get a new room even after my R.A. told the office of rooming and board that I needed to be moved, it took about eight phone calls to finally get a response from billing about a $350 that had no explanation and was later proven to be a nonexistent charge, and I have still have excessive issues with getting the faulty to do their own jobs. In fact I would like to add that when I returned this year to Bethany I was informed that I had not been given a room, though I had registered and paid for one,and I had to wait in my car until a room was provided for me.
As for the atmosphere, the academic drive is lacking while the push for sports is booming. Even with a 4.0 GPA I found that my scholarships were being cut while student who were obtaining a 2.0 were getting large "academic" scholarships simply because they were a member of a sports team. Perhaps I am wrong but the last time I checked Bethany was a division three college, meaning that none of the students were going into a professional league, rather they were coming to college for an education with Bethany did not seem very eager to provide. I find it unfair that I am being punished for becoming educated as apposed to taking part in a D3 sports team.
All in all, Bethany feels more like a sports oriented high school as apposed to a college and I would not recommend that any academically driven student even consider attending.
Millikin University (IL) 1:negative
Capilano University (Canada) 1:negative
Georgia Gwinnett College (GA) 1:positive
There are 27 more!