- 4 Year
- ATLANTA, GA
Carver College Reviews
Rating 3 out of 5 12 reviews
its accredited nor do they pay teachers or staff you work for free. you will learn in a holistic manner you cannot and books all about religion in science which does not believe that body is three persons as Paul said Body Soul and Spirit be blessed. if you are not great in reading and math, they will help you. it's an all-black staff. if you leave the school your grades will mean nothing to other colleges. they are working on it so you have to pay out of pocket the Classes rooms are old and bathrooms are old, however they are making changes so I hope they can offer more to students. no church will step in and help you to pay for your classes you need Jesus Christ for that. other than this I have nothing more to say
Im not satisfied because of the lack of enthusiastic professors im having difficulty because of not many resources
There are a few restaurants around to eat at in but not many to choose from
we eat in a small café area that feeds about 10 people so eats difficult to seat people
My specific major is biblical studies
I came to Carver Bible College because of its nature to fill people with word of God the professors are truly educated in theology.
The campus is very in order not a lot is tolerated due to the stereotype of our school so they are great people and very friendly but they do correct wrong doing
Cascade is surrounded by a lot of run down buildings so the view are not all that great but going down few miles you will find the city of Atlanta
Because our school is old the weather truly affects like the weather is so up and down its difficult to prepare for any type of storm but it really is unpredictable
At Carver, we have the oppurtunity to be around great preaching from former students to seasoned preachers. This exposure is crucial to the success of handling the Word of God properly for the pastoral ministry major. The courses are setup chronologically trhoughout the life of the program, which will give you the peak right at graduation. On an ongoing basis, outside churches contact the school for potential leads of strong leaders available for service.