Laurel is a private university located in High Point, North Carolina in the Greensboro Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 110 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Laurel acceptance rate is 39%. Popular majors include Biblical Studies, Business Administration and Management, and Theological and Ministerial Studies. Laurel graduates 40% of its students.
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Teachers are kind, compassionate individuals who don't care about your grade in the class but they care about what you pull out from the class to apply it in real life. They teach you to think outside the box and always put your trust in God. I love this school and it made me realize I want to stay in North Carolina because this is home now.
Race relations are promoted by the federal government, at our school we don't buy into the race war being promoted. We are diverse just like Yahweh intended us to be.
Being a very small school the professors have the time to teach correctly. They aren't overwhelmed with 30 or more in a class room or thousands of students. The workload is heavy and professors are usually available to help the students even if they are currently taking their class.