Community Christian is a private college located in Redlands, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 42 undergraduate students. The Community Christian acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Liberal Arts and Humanities. Community Christian graduates 86% of its students.
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Community Christian College as a whole is a really great school for those who are looking to knock out classes and credits to move to a bigger university. It's affordable for the quality of teachers and classes they offer and they have two Associates programs; one in Liberal Arts and the other in Buisness Administration, it's a great growing school.
At the beginning, it was a hard adjustment for me going from secular school to Christian school, but the teachers were really helpful and gracious. They genuinely wanted to see students succeed and find their way in the world. The course load still seems a bit overwhelming at times, but it definitely helps.
This is a community college so it is mainly helping you get ready for college, not necessarily a career. It does hold internships here and there, and on campus jobs that seemed interesting. Not sure if anyone started working immediately after graduating from CCC but I could see it happening.