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Arlington, TX
Undergrads
201
Tuition
$7,640
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Reviews 28 total reviews with an average rating of 3.1

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College Freshman

Transportation: No campus transportation and I've never used public transportation or taxis and zip cars.

College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: I know of the city, but I don't do things in Arlington. I usually go to Dallas.

College Freshman

Guys & Girls: I haven't paid attention to people in that way

College Freshman

Nightlife: We are not allowed to participate in nightlife activities. Curfew is 11 pm Sunday-Wednesday and 12 am Thursday-Saturday. Students are not allowed to be around alcohol or illegal substances. Partaking in these activities leads to fines or being kicked out.

2 College Freshman

Facilities: Only 4 classroom buildings, library only has books on or about religion. Cafeteria is enough for the small number of on campus students. Buildings are fairly old. School use to be a casino.

1 College Freshman

Campus Dining: Café is open certain hours. No menu of what is made during the week. Normally just one entrée option and 3 or 4 side entrées, sometimes there are 2 entrée options. Not much variety and not always appetizing

2 College Freshman

Computers: Wifiis awful. Computers are limited and some won't do certain functions. There's a decent amount for the small number of people on campus.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: There's one dorm for girls and one for boys. They look like prisons on the inside but they're is a lot of room. The WiFi is awful even though the campus was tiny. Its difficult to decorate rooms because you can't use nails and adhesive hooks don't stick well to walls.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Lots of options and affordable.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: The school is not funded very well. I got the Dean's scholarship and it was only $3000. For the price of the school its reasonable enough, but what I paid out of pocket and with loans was not worth the educational experience I received.

2 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Not the most welcoming people. There are no more than 300 people attending the school. The school is so strict, students basically can't do anything without getting in trouble. General study classes are on high school levels. Not a school for someone with big dreams that aren't affiliated with ministry or education.

3 College Freshman

Weather: Its crazy Texas weather. If you're use to it it's alright, but if you aren't a Texan it could be miserable.

3 College Freshman

Academics: Its ok for specific majors, but there's no variety. Some teachers are good with grades, some don't post grades. It varies drastically. At this school you don't exactly know what you're going to get until you get it.

College Freshman

Health & Safety: I don't know anything other than we have security, but only at night basically. If there is other forms of health and safety I have not seen it or been in a position to have it revealed.

2 College Freshman

Athletics: The boys basketball team and baseball team are the only funded teams. The trainer is volunteer and never there. The athletic director doesn't care about anything but his basketball team. The gym and weight room are the bare minimum. It's not a school for an athlete.

3 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: It's a good school if you are majoring in biblical studies or education, other than that it's not the school for other majors and the sports program is well below average.

4 College Junior

Diversity: I would give my college an A, because we are very ethnically diverse.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid is going much smoother this year, but the college itself does not have many scholarship opportunities.

4 College Junior

Parking: I believe the parking situation runs smoothly and that it goes well.

4 College Junior

Majors: Field Work – I am a missions major at ABC and the mission director on our campus is more than willing to help us find internships at ministry locations all over the world. In fact he even made an announcement about several internship opportunities already available and a missions trip that is being planned for over spring break, which I plan to go on. I will also probably do an internship the summer after my senior year so that I can get some hands on experience on the mission field.

3 College Junior

Facilities: The Campus Itself – The ABC campus is located right on a busy street but somehow you drive onto campus and the noise of the city just fades away. The campus itself is beautiful and I often find myself taking walks down by the pond or through the tea garden. The buildings themselves although they could use a face-lift, they are still extremely functional.

2 College Junior

Facilities: Needs Work, but Has Potential – ABC is a great place to attend school and I have a lot of friends but weekends are severely lacking. There is hardly ever anything on campus to do. Our student union building needs a hardcore update, or at least needs to be unlocked. I will admit that the girl's dorm lobby is a happening place and a great place to hang out and chill.

5 College Junior

Parking: I attend a small college where parking has never been a problem. In fact we have a huge parking lot chock-full of spaces just waiting to be filled every day.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Limited Space – Due to being a small school we have few dorm rooms. There are only two buildings for dorms, girls' dorm and boys' dorm, and there are only about 25 rooms per building with two people per room so the school can only accomodate 50 on campus students.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: Work in Progress – The school is small, but growing, so it's taking a little longer than it could to get financial aid. The folks in the Business Office are really good about trying to help everyone get through as smoothly as possible, but it's a small school with few staff members.

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