feel that my three years at SAGU were full of
great memories and a lot of hard work. Do
I agree with everything done by the school? Absolutely
not. Do I feel like this is a school
where one can learn the skills needed to continue on
in their chosen careers? YES!!!
I feel that you
get what you want out of any institution that you
attend. NO college/university is perfect. There is always
something that isn't your favorite thing about it.
know is that in my experience SAGU has provided me
with the skills that I needed to be a great
teacher! Am I still learning? Yes. Did they teach
me everything? No...and I don't really think they, or anyone
Pros and Cons:
Chapel was not always
my favorite place to go and definitely not always my
style, however, I believe that it was a vital part
of my life. There I was able to worship and
learn about how to apply the Bible to my everyday
life. I knew this was a Christian university and
Security is something that the school needs to
work on. I personally never had a problem but
I feel that there wasn't a very good system of
campus safety...though I never felt unsafe.
Curfew isn't always ideal
but I feel that it keep me accountable. Did
I get into trouble? Yes, and was on probation for
a while but the school worked with me and I
learned from my mistake. Besides, if you are serious about
your education there may be sometimes when you need that
curfew to help you make sure and get some sleep.
The Faculty that I had regular contact with were
very helpful. Especially the History department, where I spent
most of my life, it seems. The professors know
their stuff and are willing to work with everyone. I
am actually continuing my graduate work with SAGU because of
my wonderful History professors.
The social life of
SAGU is much like anywhere else...DRAMA, fun, friendships that will
last a lifetime!! Being so close to the Dallas-Ft.
Worth area means there is always something to do...and if
you chose something a bit more low key, Waxahachie is
a nice little town with some of your average resturants
and hangouts but is continually growing.
All-in-all I am proud
to be a member of the alumni of SAGU and
would recommend the school to anyone (my sister and her
best-friend currently attend).