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Reviews 159 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I really don't know because I really didn't choose to house i off campus . But I would say it can be interesting with the landlords

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The choices on what to eat off campus is really good because of the way you can use your school ID for paying off campus. Flex dollars are really cool

3 College Freshman

Administration: The schools is more strict when it comes to open dorms in the college whenever there is a share between the dorms

4 College Freshman

Party Scene: Everyone in the school comes to the parties in the gymnasium to win prizes and to play games that be quite interesting. Plus the peers their are quite interesting when they began to show good sportsmanship while playing sports

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: It can be hard sometimes, but the financial aid instructors are always there to help

4 College Freshman

Campus Food: The dining hall has great food due to person who makes it and the quality that makes the food even rich.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The best part of living on campus is having new friends around and to see the views of people that enjoy seeing you around. The dorms are really nice and the activities that people do as a floor to build a lot of bond between others.

3 College Junior

Administration: campus admin are great, but there are some antiquated policies that need to be reassessed. One example is students are not allowed to consume alcohol... at any age. This includes underage AND of legal age. It is one thing to say you cannot drink whilst underage or you cannot have alcohol on campus. Both of those are reasonable. However, saying that even students who are 21+ years old are not allowed to drink is unreasonable. As adults, they should be able to make that decision on their own. Jesus drank wine; the Bible does not say that alcohol is bad. Gluttony and drunkenness are bad, but that is a whole other story. That really is the only policy that is majorly frowned upon by the students. There are also curfews but they're not terrible. Just be in your dorm before 12 (i think).

5 College Junior

Campus Food: flex dollars can be used (off campus) at the closest skyline, chipotle, bloc head pizza, and a coffee shop! coffee shop on campus always has good drinks and a selection of sandwiches, wraps, salads, or frozen foods to eat any time of the day. Up to a certain $ amount can be considered a "meal" during lunch and dinner times but otherwise purchases just come off of flex dollars. dining hall (now called Student Union) has a lot of variety during lunch and dinner and is open longer than just meal times if you want to just hang out or play wii (located along a whole wall of the dining area)!

College Junior

Party Scene: no partying. students will convene in the coffee shop, dorm lobbies, or go out to a restaurant to get dinner together. there are a lot of parks nearby too that make for a nice day out.

College Junior

Greek Life: we don't have greek life

College Junior

Athletics: personally i don't have a lot of time to attend sporting events so I cannot comment on the overall atmosphere or anything related to. lots of students are involved in the sports though and we just started a men's volleyball team within the past couple years so there definitely is diversity in the sports available!

5 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: off campus dining is pretty great now because we can use our student funds at the closet skyline, chipotle, a pizza place, and a coffee shop. not a huge variety right now but it just started so it's a great start! There is a coffee shop on campus so that is nice too if you don't want to go to the dining hall and have a whole meal. Campus is close to a main road that is several miles long and has a lot of options for types of food (in and out of chain restaurants).

College Junior

Campus Housing: sorry but i commute and haven't lived on campus in a couple years so I'm not up to date on current conditions as much. I will say: new (w/in last 3 yrs) laundry machines on each floor and they are FREE! just provide your own soap etc!

5 College Junior

Scholarships: The staff is very helpful and friendly. I had virtually no idea what I was doing and they were very happy to help explain processes and make sure I knew what I was doing/needed to do.

College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Because of the nature of this college (a Christian University) students are not permitted to live off campus unless they are commuting from home (where their parents live) or are Seniors (with a specific amount of credit hours to qualify--this exclude graduate students or the College of Adult Learning). This is somewhat frustrating to out of town students who don't live close enough to commute but either don't what to pay to live on campus or just don't what to live there to begin with.

3 College Sophomore

Majors: This is a Christian school, so any major outside of that is difficult to find because the program is either underdeveloped or nonexistent.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: I like it a lot. There are a lot of online classes I have to take, which is fine by me since it helps me maintain my crazy life a little better. The classes are small enough that I start to know everyone by the first couple of weeks, and then I continue to have the same people in the rest of my classes. The professors themselves are interested in making sure that the students understand the importance of integrating Christian values into the workplace, which is unique and exciting.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Social atmosphere is awesome, as is class proximity

4 College Sophomore

Administration: They don't want us going out and getting drunk or high, which is a great thing about this school. They also provide ways for the students to do things on-campus with each other. They are very strict about curfew, substance abuse, and getting stricter about dress code.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: I LOVE THIS SCHOOL!! The people make our school unique.

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3 College Junior

Athletics: I enjoy going to the games which I never did at the other schools. Intramurals are cool too.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a lot of places to go off-campus since we are in Cincinnati. Many options.

3 College Junior

Diversity: Our campus is pretty diverse. We have students from all over the country and the world.

4 College Junior

Majors: I enjoy the psychology program at CCU. The work load can get pretty heavy especially when you add in your bible and theology classes but it's manageable.

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