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Reviews 672 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: It is absolutely the best atmosphere I've ever experienced at a college. The only drawback here is the rules. The rules at this school, though they be far from what they once were, are still strict compared to what the rest of the college world looks like. There is a dress code and a curfew, along with a daily chapel service that is required. Once you get in the routine of these things, it becomes easy, but at first it seems really constricting. It is these rules that provide for such a safe, spiritual atmosphere at the school.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I love the college I am attending because it is a private small Christian school and I can get to know my Professors one on one. The students there are very nice and respectful, and the teachers are the sweetest people I have ever met. The environment there is awesome because we are Christians and we do not have to worry about what others look like because you can say we have somewhat of a dress code. I have recommended friends to come here because I believe they will love it here.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I love my my school and all that it stands for.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I absolutely love my school and the atmosphere it has to offer. If I could change one thing about the school, it would be to have a better variety in the cafeteria. The one thing I find most unique about my school is the warm acceptance of an amazing student body. I love being able to go to chapel every morning and have devotions with my dorm. Not very many schools have the opportunity to be a much as much as Southwestern Assemblies of God University. The only reason I wouldn't chose this school is due to the cost of tuition. It has many great things to offer, but the price is not worth attending.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: LOVE my school! The classes, the professors, the atmosphere. Everything about Southwestern Assemblies of God University is the best.

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I love my school! It's CHRIST-centered atmosphere helps me grow and has been truly eye opening.

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I love my school, the people are amazing, the classes are amazing, and I get to worship Jesus everyday and be in a Christian environment. It is the best place for me.

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4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I love the atmosphere of this school. The student body makes you feel like a part of the family. The extracurricular activities are great and the professors care about you.

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4 College Student

Overall Experience: The school is great for Christian fellowship and learning. The teachers are always willing to help and guide. The prices are a little high and wish they had more ways to pay for it. But I would not change schools.

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: It is a good God centered school, it may be a bit pricey, but the classes are good, and many of the teachers are passionate about working and teaching there.

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I seriously love SAGU profs so much. They have never hesitated to pray with me when I needed. Most of them offer their cell numbers for easy access and answer their emails in a timely manner.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: According to Career Services, a free service offered to students and alumni, our career prospects are great. They work well with students and alum to find them careers.

4 College Junior

Guys & Girls: There is someone for everyone, or not...haha I mean, I don't know...

4 College Junior

Athletics: There are a lot of options for athletes and non-athletes alike.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Waxahachie has a great selection of fast food restaurants as well as a few local cuisine and "sit down" restaurants. But Dallas is also only 25-30 minutes away, and there are tons of options there.

3 College Junior

Administration: I think the biggest frustration comes from being an adult and having rules set by someone other than your parents. We all want to make our own decisions and believe we will be responsible with our choices. Some are not responsible, though, so there are rules. But we all agree to the rules when we enroll so I see no point in fussing over them. The rules that most people get upset with are curfew, opposite sex visiting in rooms, dress code (dress length has to be a credit card length above the knee/no facial piercings), and the no dancing rule.

5 College Junior

Scholarships: Jeff Francis and his team work so hard to make sure that students can receive as much financial aid as possible. Talk to them. Do not be afraid. I have never not gotten a response from Jeff Francis or Sue Meyers. Utilize the learning center to keep your grades up so you are eligible for more academic scholarships. Make good relationships with your profs so you can get good recommendation letters. Be involved in student on campus activities because there are usually scholarships available for leadership positions.

4 College Junior

Campus Food: There are three options for dining on campus. The first is the cafeteria, which is not as bad as what people make it out to be. We just got new management, and I believe it will get even better. There is a fresh salad bar, a burrito bar, pizza and fries, a sandwich bar, and "home made" food lines that offer a variance of food depending on the day. There is also always a variety of cereals available. There is the Lion's Den, which is in the student center. You can use munch money to buy meals, drinks, smoothies, etc. You can also use your meal replacements for a selection of meals, usually some kind of hot sandwich and fries/chips, but also including premade salads and cold sandwiches. Einstein's has the best selection of food and a large variety of coffee drinks and smoothies. The only problem is that you can only use munch money or real money here.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: The greatest problem with campus housing is the price - but this is a private Christian university. We all know how expensive the school is when we enroll. Bridges and Teeter are the newest of the dorms, and arguably the nicest. They are definitely most expensive. Other dorms are Guynes, Savell, Kendrick (all girls), Collins (LEAD program students mostly), and the Regents Senior Apartments. Most people would say that Savell is the least nice of all the dorms. It is where the majority of jocks live, and it is the cheapest of all the dorms. Bridges has Pancake Monday and hosts Thankful For ___ in the student center every November. Teeter has Taco Tuesday and hosts Teeter Coffee House every semester. Guynes does random all-dorm events like ice cream socials and hosts Dorm Donut Shop once a year. Savell and Kendrick are close in proximity so they host all-dorm events as well. Each dorm as a different personality. Try a semester in one, and if you don't like it, move to another. The RAs and dorm pastors try hard to make sure that everyone feels at home. All of the dorms have free laundry facilities. Bridges and Teeter have three washers and dryers on each hall. The others have community washers and dryers down stairs. The apartments obviously have their own washer and dryers in each individual apartment. The campus is small, so everything is relatively close to where classes are held. Bridges and Teeter are farthest away from the HCC and the Admin, but right next door to the Garrison Wellness Center and the Shaeffer Center, where the chapel, classrooms, and the caf are. Guynes is right in the middle of campus and is almost equally close to everything. Kendrick and Savell are right in front of the SC and right next door to the student center, and still relatively close to the HCC and Admin. Regents is close to the HCC and admin, but not close to the gym or student center. The housing process is easy. I have never had any problem with having to wait for a spot.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: Fan support needs to increase

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: You are not really allowed to live off campus

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: They do not give a wide range of scholarships

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2 College Freshman

Campus Food: I have gotten under cooked food several times

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5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Newer dorm, clean, would not move to any of the other housings.

3 College Student

Campus Housing: Feels like you are at a boarding school. People of other genders can not be on your hall, you have to be in the dorm by 12, restricted on many things.

1 person found this useful Report

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