Location
Ellendale, ND
Undergrads
202
Tuition
$13,440
Admission Difficulty
Hard
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Reviews 43 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: It is good housing, but being home is always the best though.

5 College Freshman

Academics: It is good ! :)

College Freshman

Transportation: we do not have transportation, because it is not needed.

5 College Freshman

Drug Safety: There is no use of Drugs on my schools campus, which I think is awesome! :)

3 College Freshman

Computers: They work and that is what important. But I like having my own computer.

3 College Freshman

Weather: Surfing the winter it is realt vild and it snows a lot but otherwise the wheater is good

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: For me this is what I needed. A place to get life back in order, wish I would have known about this college before using all my GI Bill for online degree.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I know I put excellent on my answers. I was able to find a mobile home that allowed me to have my two dogs.



There are apartments and homes available in town.

A single person has to get permission before being allowed to live of campus. Certain requirements have to be met

2 College Junior

Weather: As with the rest of the country, the cold is cold. -60 wind-chill several times this winter, but than no one was warm anywhere.

A bit of snowfall but the wind really whips around at times.

Most activities are inside, basketball for men and women and any outreach programs going on.

4 College Junior

Campus Strictness: As a Bible college, there is no alcohol or drug use permitted.

No girls allowed in boys dorms and vice versa.

Plenty of opportunities for students to get involved in groups that they would like to.

There are no "campus police" per se, the staff and students handle any issues. Very little to none police involvement in the last several years.

4 College Junior

Diversity: As a Bible college, we are to treat each other with respect.

There are individuals from around the world here as well as economic background. All are welcome from wherever they hail from.

I have no idea on the political beliefs as this is an agenda that is not pushed here.

It is a Pentecostal Bible college, but do not let that fool you. The teaching is all from the Bible way of looking at life.

4 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: For me personally, the small town atmosphere is great. There is only 1 restaurant in town open during the winter. The home made bakery goods are excellent.

For the fishing and outdoor folks, there is a lot of that to do year round.

The basketball, football, and women's volleyball are a great way to get into this college.

A lot of the towns people have attended the college or have had family that are going.

College Junior

Health & Safety: As this is a very small campus in a very small town in North Dakota, there is no "campus police". There are those on staff and students who do checks etc.

There is no medical on campus, two blocks away is the clinic and if necessary can go to SD hospital 35 minutes away.

It is the safest campus and area I believe that any student could wish for.

3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: Students are allowed to express their personal style so long as they do it modestly. There are a wide variety of interests among students, and students are encouraged to build lasting relationships with fellow students. Lots of dating (and marrying) goes on, but an amazing family-like atmosphere has been cultivated.

3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: The food at this point is really not great, but sometimes I find myself pleasantly surprised. There are plans for total kitchen/dining hall renovation and revamping. As the campus is small, there is just one dining hall, and everyone enjoys eating and socializing together during meal times.

4 College Freshman

Parking: There are no permit costs, parking is close at hand and readily available on campus. There is absolutely no need on campus for a car. As long as you adhere to the few guidelines, you will not receive any tickets or fees.

4 College Freshman

Academics: I love my Elementary Education major. My professors are amazing and very helpful; they are always ready and willing to offer their assistance. Because I am pursing a double major (for two B.A. degrees), my workload will be heavier than most, but I am thriving in the college environment.

4 College Freshman

Academics: All the professors are wonderful and offer good examples both professionally and personally. Registration is simple and all the staff is friendly. Trinity Bible College has some very neat study options, such as a gap-year missions program, though we currently are lacking in liberal arts options for study.

4 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: My college has strict policies in place regarding behavior -- it is a Bible college, after all. However, I love the rules we have, because they are firm enough to encourage students to make wise personal choices for living together on a mixed-gender campus yet still maintain enough flexibility to allow for plenty of wholesome fun and socializing.

3 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: Local churches and businesses like the students, especially since my college encourages participation in a wide variety of community service events and such. The town is very small, but it is also very safe and quiet. For fun and recreation, most students carpool and drive the forty minutes to the nearest average-sized city.

3 College Freshman

Computers: No wireless in the dorms can be a pain, and the network is not particularly efficient, but most classes don't require online work anyway. Personal networks are allowed with the permission of tech support.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: Our facilities serve their purpose and are central to student life, but the college board hopes to put up new buildings and completely transform the campus within the next couple years.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: My college is in a town of fewer than a thousand people, so there aren't many convenient off-campus dining options. However, if one is willing to drive for forty minutes, there are quite a few nice options.

College Junior

Greek Life: We do not have any form of "Greek life" on campus.

3 College Junior

Campus Strictness: Drugs and alcohol are banned on campus, and students are expected to adhere to the student handbook.

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