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Reviews 537 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Freshman

Athletics: I am on the track team and we don't have a track to use. it kind of sucks everyday at practice not having facilities. but i know the baseball team has great facilities so i can't say that overall the facilities are bad.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I think there are a variety of places, but you can also go to the normal chain restaurants if you want as well.

4 College Freshman

Party Scene: I think there are parties on campus, but i haven't been to any and i dont want to. i think you can avoid them if you don't want to be apart of the party scene. i think they're rare compared to public schools.

4 College Freshman

Administration: I think that being at a Christian university, things will be more strict that they are at a public school. I don't have too many complaints about the strictness. i don't like class attendance policies though. I think we shouldn't be marked down for not going.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: I know that feeding so many people is hard, but we don't have much variety. I wish there were more fruit options.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I often felt out of place at this school and like I didn't belong.

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3 College Senior

Overall Experience: most of the professors were awesome, but I had a few professors/adjuncts that were knew and didn't know what they were doing. I feel like I didn't get as much out of my experience that I could have in their classes.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Cornerstone University is great for some people, but I just didn't fit. I discovered that I was far more liberal and more accepting of "non christian" values and often felt out of place among my peers. All but a few of the administration often ignored me seeing me as only a number and it didn't help that once they cut my program it was like it had never existed.

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1 College Senior

Athletics: They are obsessed with athletics. They even cut stuff for them.

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5 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: I prefer living off campus! Feel more free.

5 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: Better than being on campus all the time!

College Senior

Party Scene: The only "parties" are kinda lame student functions

3 College Senior

Administration: I only felt respected and liked by a few admins.

4 College Senior

Scholarships: I got scholarships without even applying!

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: when I lived on campus it was friendly

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: There are a few neighborhoods of apartments, townhouses and houses 2 minutes from campus. There are also people consistently calling to add posts to the community board for renters, so there is a variety of options. The majority of them have parking as well. Several students I know have lived a variety of places and they have all reported them to be safe too. These housing options can range from cheap such as $150 a month to $500 a month with food. However, there are limited places at a convenient location to campus. With all that said they can be rented out fast so if anyone wants to live off camp they need to be intentional and responsible to get the process started fast. I have heard that the landlords are reasonable and easy to get along with in most cases. The majority of help you get finding a place would be from an upperclassmen who lives there or has lived there or from the community board. There is not an off in place on campus that helps with this particular topic.

5 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a variety of options all around campus. You need a car for almost all of them but a few do deliver. Anyone has the ability to get to any restaurant they could think of by car. There aren't many places that have student discounts that I am aware of but most are friendly if you ask. There are places that are expensive and others that are cheep like any normal town. The best ice cream is Gus's which you can walk to from campus and they have incredibly delicious pizza and sandwiches. A favorite for my friends and I is to go to half off appetizers at Applebees' right down the Beltline. A lot of students do that after games, events, or weekends. Another benefit is that there is a Krispy Kreme not too far away and the hot light donuts are free! Off-campus dining in this area is really an added plus for this university.

4 College Junior

Administration: The administration at school is very clear about what the rules are and consequences if you don't follow those rules. For mild infractions there are a lot of chances and conversations more than anything. This campus practices grace with students very well. The academic policies are dependent on the professors but typically the same as well. For late assignments and attendance there are similar rules but the professors are willing to meet and talk to students as well.

College Junior

Party Scene: I personally can't speak to this because I don't attend any parties. I'm sure that they are here on campus somewhere but I have not been to any except for awesome holiday parties in december.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: As a result of my particular financial situation, I was expecting to get more financial aid than I received. After, seeing my younger sister's process at another school go more smoothly this was pretty frustrating. At one point, because of a promise that fell through, I almost could not return to school. However, in the end it ended up working out after many phone calls and lots of paperwork. I personally wish there were more scholarships available at the university for more out of state students because there are so many here. Overall, the financial aid here was as helpful as they could have been but I still have to search for scholarships on my own.

4 College Junior

Campus Food: In relation to other campuses our food here at school is great and we have a lot of options. Sometimes, students have to get creative with creating food options but overall we should be thankful. I'm also thankful that the cafeteria has options for people with all different kinds of food preferences such as vegan, vegetarian, gluten free (although there could be more), and a variety of others. The way that the dining hall is set up looks inviting, is pleasing to the eye and is overall functional. If there was one thing I would improve about campus food it would be adding a store or something similar to a general/convenience store so that students can purchase things with meal dollars other than grab and go. Finally, the menu overall is good however there are some entrees that are paired with sides that do not make much sense and are not appetizing.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Living on campus is great for underclassmen and especially freshmen. The dorms on campus for freshmen are very proactive at planning events and having things to do pretty much on a weekly basis. This is very helpful for developing friendships and community all together. For the upperclassmen I support living off campus with your friends. It is helpful in the transition out of college and good experience overall as they are becoming more responsible, sustainable adults. The social atmosphere in general is positive and inclusive. There are obviously cliques, especially on the sports teams, however I think that here there is a place for everyone to find that they can belong. As far as amenities go, here on campus we have basic needs covered but it would be nice to have things like a pool or coffee shop on campus. This campus desperately needs more places to spread out especially in the winter. It can feel very crammed in my opinion. Overall, housing is more expensive than what it is worth but student development does try to make it worth your time with activities and community life.

5 College Freshman

Athletics: Athletics is a huge part of campus activities.

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5 College Freshman

Scholarships: I didn't have any problems.

1 College Freshman

Party Scene: I think that because we are a christian college we assume that all parties are bad, so we don't have any! I think that there should be parties, they just have to be fun and regulated.

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