Location
Phoenix, AZ
Undergrads
525
Tuition
$21,040
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 160 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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5 College Junior

Majors: I love the Education department at our school. It is one of the largest departments and has a small group of amazing faculty and staff. The work load is not too bad at all and the Christian world view and outlook makes wanting to be a teacher all that more amazing! 90% of the students that come out of the program also get jobs while they're student teaching, it's amazing!

3 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: Since it's a Christian school we are a small but tight nit group that we call the ACU bubble. We feel safe here and know pretty much everyone on campus.

College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: We don't have off-campus housing, we only have dorms.

1 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: On campus and off campus living is in the control of the school. You sign a no drug or alcohol contract at the beginning of the year, regardless of age. There are set hours for coed visitation, and you are expected to dress a certain way and listen to a certain type of music.

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3 College Freshman

Transportation: There's a city bus, but that would be awful to ride. The campus is small and isolated so you definitely meed a car to get most places. Not for on-campus purposes but for travel elsewhere.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Safety is fine, if a freak accident occurred like a shooting on campus... Well we would not be prepared for that but the campus is located in a residential area that is quaint, quiet and safe so there isn't much fear.

3 College Freshman

Computers: There's only a handful of computers in the library, but there's also a computer lab upstairs that you can use if there is no class going on. Wi-fi is pathetic and frustrating, get your own router. You receive an ipad upon arrival but its not good for typing.

1 College Freshman

Greek Life: There is no Greek Life.

3 College Freshman

Diversity: Everyone here is religious so somethings are just unacceptable and not tolerated. In most cases you have to bend to fit in because there are people who will not accept you as you are. Don't get me wrong though there are some very accepting and open minded people here as well.

1 College Freshman

Scholarships: No one tells you what you are doing and at times it seems as if you know more than the financial aid office. They are very unorganized and understaffed. It takes much too long for anything to happen and if you are missing something there is no system to inform you, you just find out the hard way... LACK OF MONEY. Dealing with the financial aid office/business office is the worst headache and I absolutely dread it.

4 College Freshman

Diversity: We have many different people from different areas and walks of life.

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.

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