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Pensacola Christian College

PreLaw and Legal Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 13/19
Student Surveys
(in PreLaw and Legal)
Males: 19, Females: 13
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.7

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Pensacola Christian College
Average of All Schools
Average of schools in class

New York University
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Harvard University
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University of California - Berkeley
Stanford University
University of Southern California

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.6 High
Actual difficulty:3.3 Medium
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

PreLaw and Legal:

After reading a few dozen postings and checking out a few of the recomended web sites I see you either liked or disliked the time spent at PCC. I thi...
Pensacola Christian College is an institution that practices a high standard in academics and morals. In this beautiful campus, students are given the...
Pensacola Christian College helped prepare me spiritually and academically to face the trials of life and of secular work. It is because of PCC's sol...
Why do they offer a Pre-Law Major when their graduates' degrees won't be accepted by most law schools? DUH! Glad I bailed out once I caught on. BT...
My years at PCC completely formed my life and the type of person I believe myself to be. The education experience was great. Alot of the classes wer...
Not everyone is for this school. . .takes a certain amount of discipline.
I went there for one year (88-89) and I did not go back. I was so disappointed in the lack of Christian love and understanding. Also, so much "grey ...
I want to quickly comment on what a wonderful college PCC is. Many students will complain about the rules, but the rules all serve a legitimate purpos...
PCC gave me a greater understanding of the legal field and I believe I was more prepared as I entered the working field. The overall experience was gr...
Pcc is not for everyone. Please go there to visit on a day other than College Days. I recieved excellent education, and an excellent disciplined lif...
Pros: friendly, Christian people, easy to get involved and employed, and affordable Cons: terrible quality of life, overbearing rules add even more s...
Pensacola was a great place to go to undergrad. I received an excellent education that prepared me to compete with the best law students in the nation...
The college did not prepare me well for life at all. Too much focus on religious issues and not enough on academics. Too much focus on supplying infor...
Academics: PCC is an excellent preparation for law school. Their curriculum is very strong on the basics; it's not Ivy League quality or difficulty,...
After reading through several recent comments, I found it quite humorous to see how different aspects of the school were adressed on opposite spectrum...
First off, yes PCC has rules, but those rules aren't hidden and don't magically appear once you get there. If you don't come from a "strict" religious...
On the exterior, the school is well maintained and very beautiful. On the interior, there are several strengths and also several weaknesses. One weakn...
I know someday I will be a good lawyer and it is because of my education at PCC. Also I will make lots of money. I think there are now 5 law schools...
Academics leave much to be desired; it's lovely to have teachers who graduated the year before with an undergrad degree teaching you. Everyone is eith...
You have to know what you are getting into before you attend this college. While it has great morals and standards, they are at times excessive. Thi...
PCC provided a very strong academic foundation for law school. I believe I was more prepared than the majority of my classmates in law school. The p...
It is a school FULL of rules, so if you aren't prepared to handle lots of self-discipline (and that of administration) then it's not the school for yo...
PCC is a good college. Many people put it down, but the academic standards are reasonably high. I encourage the prospective student to contrast PCC ...
I graduated with a prelaw degree from Pensacola Christian College. Then it was time to go to law school. With an UNACCREDITED undergrad degree, that...
I graduated from PCC with a degree in pre-law. Based on the education and excellence of faculty I found myself in the top 10% of my private Law School...
If you are seeking a good, competitive, liberal arts degree, you should consider going to an accredited college. PCC's non-accredited status is a stum...
PCC gave me a greater understanding of the legal field and I believe I was more prepared as I entered the working field. The overall experience was gr...
Never attend this college. i was a junior and i just got kicked out 3 days ago just for my myspace and for tanning once and going off campus without s... be straight up I came here because it was cheap. But God did a work in my heart through the preaching and testimony of others here on campu...
I only went there for a year. I found it to be fake Christianity and it was discouraging. It crushed my spirit and I came home a changed person and no...
This is a horrible school, Your treated like a dog.
I would not recommend Pensacola Christian College. I'm sorry, but I really would not. If you're looking for a relatively safe college that will hol...
There was nothing worse than attending PCC with people who did not want to be there. If you do not want to obey the rules and follow the instructions...
Pensacola Christian College has a very helpful faculty that know what they teach and are willing to go the extra mile to help their student. However,...
I chose Pensacola Christian College because I wanted to major in the legal secretarial field. I have to say that the courses were good, but they need...
College was an exceptional experience for me. I approached it with a positive attitude and found it very rewarding. The instructors were great, the ...
Great school. Very cheap quality education and a great jumping board for my Tier-1 law school.
PCC was a great place to both mature as a young adult and to prepare for the future. If you are looking for a party school, then PCC is not the place...
This school is NOT for everyone. While the quality of education is good the atmosphere of oppression and robotic control outweights any benefits gaine...
I intended to attend PCC for 4 years and them go on to graduate school. I actually attended PCC for what turned out to be about 1 and 1/2 semesters. I...
I'm going to try to be honest about PCC. It has it's up's and down's. The education is quality to say the least. I feel like I am being prepared for l...
I am now a second-year law student at Notre Dame Law School, usually considered a top-25 law school. Needless to say, the competition at such a school...
I graduated from PCC and have been recommending people stay away ever since. I actually was born again right before attending PCC, and was looking f...
PCC is a well rounded College. I was very well prepared for law school after my graduation. The school instills Christian values and disciplines whil...
College is college. If you are looking for a place to party and have fun all the time, PCC is the last place for you. I am very pleased with the educa...
Pensacola Christian College has a very caring faculty, but the administration goes too far in its vigor for controlling its students' lives.
My college helped in developing independence, character, good ethical judgment. All of those are seriously lacking in the legal world. It also taught ...
Okay.... I attended PCC for 2 years. In those two years I took an average of 17-18 credit hours and never got anything lower that a 3.7 GPA every sem...
I chose to attend PCC because they were the only Christian college that offered the legal secretarial field. I didn't want to be a paralegal or a law...
I should've majored in what I wanted not in what I thought I should have according to family. What I wanted to major in I had the potential to be go...
If you are a "normal" human being without strict conservative views (i.e. think all women should wear skirts type) PLEASE DO NOT go to this school!!! ...
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I was accepted in a post graduate program at a state school without any trouble. Basically, if you don't like, or aren't willing to abide by the rule...
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