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I really enjoyed UM when I started but after a while, I came to the realization that it has some life-affecting problems. The size is great if you are really into one-on-one attention. However, the small size can have a downside. People are very judgmental at this school; which happens to be one of the many reasons why I am transferring. Because of the small size, everyone knows basically everyone else's business and they are not afraid to share either. Anything you do is scrutinized by the students and most people are very conservative, and believe that is the only way to be. Also, if you are not in the music department or an athlete, it may be hard to find your niche. These two groups are quite cliquey, especially if you are female. The athletes are pretty much given a pass on a lot of rules, especially the ones with full-ride. Many students athletes act contrary to the Universities 'beliefs', however, action is never taken. I was very unhappy during my time at UM, however, I am thankful for the teachers and staff who were highly supportive and accommodating.
Strictness is just something that we all have to find a way to accept at Bible College. It really doesn't bother me about how strict my school is, I know that they are wanting to keep all the students safe and to let them know that they trust us by giving us some rules that are not completely outrageous. I honestly love the fact that we do have rules because I feel that it makes us stronger adults because we should be doing these things anyway even if they are not rules.
At my campus we do not have any sports teams per-say, although we do play ultimate Frisbee once a week on Mondays and soccer on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Other then that we have what is called rec point challenge which is a variety of different sports including ping pong, volleyball, kickball and many more we paly for points and the winner one male and one female have bragging rights until the winner of the next year.