Luther Rice is a private, Christian college located in Georgia. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 55 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Luther Rice acceptance rate is 55%. The only major offered is Biblical Studies. Graduating 11% of students, Luther Rice alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $37,000.
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I have completed my first year in Master's program and I absolutely love it at Luther Rice! I have had great professors, who care, challenge, and exhort their students into becoming better scholars.
Luther Rice is the seminary for the serious scholar. In the Masters Program I found the classes challenging but totally rewarding. The professors will pull out of you the level of performance that you did not know you had the capacity to function at. It was high stress at times meeting the deadlines with a full life and a busy schedule but you have to prioritize if you plan to succeed. However, In the end you could truly say you earned your degree.
Luther Rice University is a mid to small school where you can get personal attention. The staff know you by name, you are not just another number, or student. I do feel that if you are going to take their online classes, be prepared to be focused because their web base classes/blackboard can be very confusing. I think it needs to be updated. Overall the experience is beneficial.