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Reviews 560 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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4 College Senior

Athletics: We have all the sports students could want. From football, soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis track and field and many others. A lot of students participate in both varsity sports and IM's.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I love this school, I really do, but now looking at what I'm going to have to accomplish this summer to come back is a bit daunting, looks like 3 jobs and not a lot of fun kind of summer. I don't think I would have a hard time switching schools except for the friendships I have made. I know I wouldn't have any trouble making friends and I always thought going Greek would be a fun experience, but I'm very close with the girls in my hall and my chorale and chorus friends. That would be the hardest thing for me to leave and start over in, especially coming in as a sophomore somewhere else, and trying to make close relationships that have already been developing for a year between others.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: I am not currently on any of the school's teams but the Wellness Center is a great, clean place for any student to go an exercise.

4 College Freshman

Drug Safety: I have not seen actual drugs in substance but I have overheard conversations of the receiving and dealing, and smelt them on residences who are returning from being out. The same goes with alcohol, i have heard people admit to having it but not seen it in person in our dorms.

4 College Freshman

Academics: The professors really know what they are doing and answer questions with sped which is very helpful. They are knowledgeable in their fields and if they do not know the answers they can usually point you in the direction of someone who does know.

4 College Freshman

Academics: Professors are very helpful and there are a wide variety of options to fill liberal arts requirements, which is helpful when planning each semester.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: I've had better and I've had worse. I hope that once everything is done being remodeled that the craziness will die down and getting food at meal times will get easier.

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3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I did receive money from my school, but I'm going to need a lot more than what they gave me this year to be able to attend my sophomore year.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: we have a bunch of different options right off campus where you can get anything from fast food to sit-down dinning.

3 College Freshman

Parking: I can't say a whole lot because I don't currently have a car on campus, but for the people who drive me and the ones that I know who have cars say that it is not very hard to find a spot, and the permit was not as expensive as they thought it would be.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The rooms in Rice Hall are oddly shaped but I can not imagine living in a room that is actually shaped like a square. I also know that community wont be as strong as it is in Rice Hall which makes me sad to leave it. I would love to come back and be an inspirational RA, like Bailey Christman is, to my hall.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: Support for varsity sports isn't school-wide, but students attend home events for the "major" sports. School spirit is strong. Intramural a are a huge part of school and it seems almost everyone participates in at least one season.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: The price tag was high, but automatic scholarships cover over $10,000 a year, and applying for other scholarships will only help. Definitely fill out the FAFSA. Beyond that, apply for any and every scholarship for which you are eligible. Also look into work study for additional aid.

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4 College Freshman

Diversity: The university is known for its acceptance of all minorities. Sexuality and religion are aspects of diversity most likely to feel out of place, but even then the school represents a variety of religious views and acceptance of diverse sexualities has been discussed extensively in classes and as general assembly.

4 College Freshman

Academics: The Education major, while intensive, has students in the classroom from the very beginning. Observations are started the first semester of freshman year and students are expected to be working with children on a regular basis. The program itself makes graduates desirable to schools and there has been at least a 90% job placement rate right out of college. The other 10% usually continue their education or take time for volunteer work or choose to take time before starting a career.

4 College Freshman

Academics: A Christian focus is placed in all areas of study, but professors are determined in having students learn how to think for themselves and in their own takes on faith and life. While a private Christian university, the school is very liberal and encourages questions that lead to discovery.

3 College Freshman

Weather: Indiana weather is unpredictable. If you aren't a native of the central US, you will struggle. It can be 60 and sunny one day and feel like 12 the next. Tornado danger isn't severe, and weather tends to be calm, but expect drastic changes and annual snow.

2 College Freshman

Campus Quality: Aside from the bookstore and a coffee shop/lounge area, the student center doesn't have anything. Chic-fil-a is coming, but construction is behind and one restaurant really isn't going to make the student center a social hub.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Restaurants are a good 5-15 minutes away, but there's a nice variety near the highway exit. Places can be costly though, so only a few places are common late-night runs.

3 College Freshman

Technology: Not always perfect. Internet can be slow, and wireless is only inside the buildings. Plenty of computers are available and there are printers all over campus.

3 College Senior

Parking: The parking is okay. Its never more that a few blocks to walk from parking to a class. There are not enough spaces. They have taken away some of the student parking for more faculty parking, but have not created any new student parking.

3 College Senior

Weather: I have lived here my entire life, and I am old enough to be the parent of most students, so I am used to the weather here. The weather here is finicky; if you don't like the weather/temperature one day, wait a couple of days and it will change.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: This is a good school where most of the professors are understanding, and care about you and your success. I have not met one that will not help you if you need it. The Kissinger Learning Center is great for anyone who may be having difficulties in classes. They set up study groups and tutoring, they will pre-read essays and reports and offer suggestions, they will help you set up a study schedule that works for you- all free.

3 College Senior

Diversity: This is a Christian school, so there are obviously going to be some issues where there are clashes, but there are some people here who are openly homosexual and I've never heard anything about discrimination. I think this school is very accepting to other races/cultures, and there are many students who come from other countries.

3 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: Not much here for off campus dining, unless you own a car. There are only one or two options within walking distance. If you have a car, your options are good with many choices just a few miles down the road.

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