Heritage Bible is a private, non-denominational college located in Averasboro Township, North Carolina in the Fayetteville, NC Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 25 undergraduate students. The Heritage Bible acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Religious Vocations. Heritage Bible graduates 43% of its students.
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The difference in online classes verses traditional classroom setting for me is, I have made the textbook my best friend, but that has enhanced my learning experience just that much more. The staff at Heritage was very friendly and welcoming. I have not met any of the administration staff personally but through phone conversations, I feel as though I know them personally. The professors that I have had thus far have been very good. It is hard for me to discuss the peer-to-peer relationship because I am fairly new.
The student body is mostly Caucasians. We all come from different economic backgrounds, as well as religious affiliations. The student body is comprised of more females than males. Majority of the students reside on campus. Overall as a student body there is some unity. There is unity in that we fellowship often. Our leadership is working towards making our campus more diversified.
I haven't taken an online course here at Heritage Bible College. However from what the students say, the online course are very helpful. The students also say that the online course are applicable to their particular major.