Location
Phoenix, AZ
Undergrads
525
Tuition
$21,040
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 124 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I know many people who live off campus at my school and it is less expensive and still great quality.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: They are helping but I am still trying to figure things out on my own.

College Freshman

Greek Life: We have no Greek life on campus.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: I have a really nice scholarship, but they are discontinuing it so any advice I have doesn't really apply. I guess the thing to remember is to never assume. Always make sure you are checking in to make sure what you think is happening is actually what is happening. The good thing is its a small school so they know you and it is easy to get in.

5 College Junior

Weather: The weather here is wonderful and because of that I like to be outside a lot doing things with people

2 College Senior

Athletics: Small school and athletes are usually frowned upon.

3 College Senior

Facilities: Campus life is largely split between those that participate a lot and those that don't at all. Very little middle ground there. They always have a well planned and thought out theme for each yeah and stick with it and keep it going strong the whole way.

3 College Senior

Facilities: This is a smaller campus, and many of the buildings are old, though most having some form of renovation over the years. For what is available, they certainly utilize them to the max possible ways. Beyond the basics of what a university needs to function there is not much else.

College Senior

Greek Life: The Greek life does not exist at this university, so I can speak for that. None of the groups involved hold any kind of status change, neither negative or positive.

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3 College Senior

Academics: Most professors have been around the school for awhile, and not in that the should have moved on and got boring kind either. They genuinely care about students success and will go out of their way to make that happen.

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3 College Senior

Academics: This is a behavior health tract I'm currently in. The degree is mainly focused towards counseling, and in that regard it is very well rounded and yet still in depth enough in each area to give a great understanding to take into the field.

2 College Senior

Campus Dining: Only one caffeteria and place to eat available. Not bad, but little selection and often same things.

1 College Senior

Nightlife: Due to the nature of the school, and the students who attend, parties are not near as common as in like a state university for example.

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3 College Senior

Diversity: Phoenix is a rather diverse place by nature, and this school is not looking for anything specific so there is a fairly decent mix of people diversity. The school is above average in costs, and not so above average in funds available so it leans to those of great economic status. Being a christian university you can imagine by nature alone, diversity in religion is not as noticeable.

5 College Sophomore

Majors: It is a very simple process. The summer going into my first year I filled out forms declaring my major and a couple of weeks before school was an orientation where you completed your schedule with an advisor. They had a recommended schedule already based on your major but you had the choice to make adjustments.

4 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: It's in a nice area where there is a large mall nearby and also plenty of places to eat. It is in a nicer part of town where you feel safe.

5 College Sophomore

Parking: The parking was improved as more space was opened up. It's free and no one is forced to park far from campus.

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4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: It's a small campus that is safe and is in a low crime area.

5 College Junior

Majors: The process of getting into my Music major was a breeze. I auditioned by singing a song I had prepared and took a written exam. They told me right after that I had made it into the Music program.

College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: To my knowledge there is no off-campus housing since they strongly encourage everyone to live on campus.

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3 College Junior

Diversity: There is some diversity at ACU, but not a lot. Mostly everyone is white and comes from the same background. Everyone is pretty similar on their religious beliefs since it is a Christian University, but we love and accept those who may not have the same belief system.

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4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Love the atmosphere, but cost is high like most colleges to live in dorms.

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2 College Senior

Facilities: The campus is small, because they started out small. Now that they've done a whole bunch of marketing and improvements, they have more students than the campus can really cater to. It's crowded in the library, and there aren't a ton of open quiet spaces inside to work on a laptop. If you have a dorm room you're okay, but commuters typically have to study off campus.

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3 College Senior

Majors: As an education major, I will be student teaching, which kind of acts as an internship in a sense. Student teachers are unpaid, but the time commitment can be just as rigorous as a regular paid teacher.

The variety of Majors here is limited, but the developed programs (The ones around before 2010) are good.

College Senior

Health & Safety: There isn't any student health service on campus that I've ever even heard of. They have an athletic trainer where most of the athletes go, and the local kids go to their own doctors. I do know they charge a pretty lofty price on medical insurance for students on campus without an independent health plan though.

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