Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary is a private, Christian college located in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 103 undergraduate students. Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary acceptance rate is 81%. Popular majors include Religious Vocations and Biblical Studies. Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary graduates 20% of its students.
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At first, I was afraid because I was lost within the first week due to the large usage of theological terms that were far from familiar. I am now enjoying it. One of my favorite classes now is Church History because it is a vital part of how the world has developed especially the Western World. My school is unique because my teachers are dedicated to my success along with the helpful administration staff. If I had to do it all over again, I would choose my school again because the classroom sizes are small enough that I can ask questions during class hours but large enough to hear the opinions of others.
I have met students from different ethnic/racial backgrounds at my school.
I am enjoying all of my courses, class styles and class sizes. I have no complaints.