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Pensacola Christian College

Students who got into PCC:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (64), Grades (47), Sports/Extracurriculars (8), College Essay (8)
Filled an applicationNov 11 2006Finance
Filled an application. no essay no nothing. any block head can get in.
SAT: 1150 Male
Apply. The focus is "spiritual", meaning that the schoolSep 16 2006Business - Management and Administration
Apply. The focus is "spiritual", meaning that the school is of the belief that those applying must have been led of God.
My real recommendation would be to apply elsewhere, if you have any desire to live and grow spiritually.
SAT: 1470 Male
Try to apply for work assistanc ethe summer beforeAug 29 2006Religion/Religious
Try to apply for work assistanc ethe summer before your first semester. You will have acclimated to the campus, student body and way of life long before facing classes.
SAT: 1260 Female
They will take you and conform you to theAug 16 2006Music - Composition/Theory
They will take you and conform you to the image of what they believe you should be.
Not muchAug 14 2006Art & Design Department
Not much. Just sent in the money after filling out the weird questionnaire they gave me.

I recommend other students do not try to get in to this school. The sun is there, but the teachers are condescending, unapproachable, arrogant, and condemning. They don't return phone calls if you do have a problem, they are control freaks (all of them) and you are treated MUCH better at a community college. Courses will have to be repeated, in all likelihood. This college should probably be shut down; it does much more harm than good to the cause of Jesus Christ. They are isolated from all other churches in the country and have no network with other Christian places. For one year I did not know the current news happening in the world. How weird is that?

Having been out now for a while, I see how twisted they all are there. I still miss my friends there, I still attend church, and I have a 4.0 now at my new school, but I believe a part of me was wounded and/or damaged by going to PCC. Please take my advice and do not go there. It should be shut down because it is not only cult-like, but damaging to Christianity.
ACT: 28 Female

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