Now called Pacific Rim Christian University; I have made great friends here and even with the profs. Very friendly people, of course you have your few unfriendly people but overall good community. As for the academics, fairly easy, some classes I honestly felt was a waste of time and money. If one is looking for a more rigorous education, PRCU may not be the best option. Although they have a good tight attendance policy of dropping a student if they miss more than 9hrs of a class. Theologically they lean slightly more liberal or emerging reconstructionists. They are a school branched out of the foursquare gospel denomination, so they quite dogmatic on pentecostal and or charismatic doctrines. As for church philosophy they are quite pragmatic, straying from a biblical model of ecclesiology. They are very dogmatic on egalitarianism where they intentionally teach it to the students and put up a strawman for complementarians.
Overall my experience was okay, the people are great, just not the school I was looking for. I find it dangerous and worry for the ones who do not have a broader understanding of the theological spectrum. Clean slates will have a tendency to be indoctrinated without weighing out the reasons for other theological views.