It would either be hardcore Christians or fake Christians. You can always pick out which one is which. But the majority of the student body knows Christ and truly loves Christ.
A common stereotype of APU, and I feel any Christian school, is that everyone is a goody-two-shoe, perfect Christian, who only wants to major in Bible and work in missions their entire lives. Also, hipster/trendy is a common stereotype.
A common stereotype of APU, and I feel any Christian school, is that everyone is a goody-two-shoe, perfect Christian, who only wants to major in Bible and work in missions their entire lives. But I have met a wide array of people who go here, with many different passions. APU has all extremes of people, just like a large public school. We just have a smaller amount of people.
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