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The dorms right now are mediocre; they are a little old but we are working on getting new dorms for next spring! Sometimes the bathrooms are not the cleanest, but we have student workers and it mostly happens during mid-term and finals, so it may just be stress. The rooms are a good size as long as you do not have a lot of stuff.
Very accomodating, professors schedules are flexible and they are available for individual meetings.
In the Pastoral Ministry program at Oak Hills Christian College, you not only get taught hands on preaching pointers from one of the best professors on campus but you also get taught life lessons from all of the staff/faculty that take the time each day to ask you "How's it going?". The professors are fantastic role models! This past year, I was not a big fan of Old Testament History (especially when we had to learn the order of all of the kings) but the professor, well, she made the class enjoyable by her 'down-to-earth' attitude ever single day. It's not a chore to learn at Oak Hills but it is a chore to grow and that's exactly why I love it so much. I have grown in my walk with Christ so much and I have made many great friendships simply by asking THEM "How's it going?". Additionally, the college atmosphere at OHCC makes learning enjoyable anytime and anywhere.