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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.5 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.6 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.6 responses
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Great Lakes Christian College Reviews
Great Lakes christian College is absolutely amazing! It is a small campus so everyone is friends with everybody. It's like one big family here. Classes and Professors are absolutely amazing and if you want to connect with God and learn more about him i would definitely come here because you can feel that connection. Every professor will somehow intertwine the bible with the work you do. some professors pray before beginning class. the friends you make here are friendds that will stick with you through anything. If you need help in school there are more than enough tutors that are willing to help. Also the Professors are always willing to help you to the best of their abilities
The professors and student life staff are wonderful and obviously care about each student as an individual (a perk of being a small school). The difficulty with a school this small, however, is that everyone knows everyone's business. As a result, we deal with elevated drama during stressful points in the semester. We also are aware of most of the politics that go into administrative decision-making, which can sometimes be difficult. Overall, I'm glad I chose this school, I just wish that other students understood that the parts they don't like are pretty much the same at other schools; it seems a lot of students are disillusioned. I love this college and wish I could stay longer.
When first coming in, I had high hopes. I witnessed as the majority of the student i came in with vanished as the semesters continued on, and I eventually graduated with 8 of the 120 students i came in with. Some still are stuck taking classes at a slower pace, but the rest disappeared into the woodwork. Many came to realize that you do not need to have a degree to do Christian Ministry, and for most, it is not worth the time or money put into the school, when they train you to become unpaid Sunday School teachers.