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Cornerstone is friendly, caring, a wonderful place to grow spiritually, full of professors who car and will invest in you, an...
Cornerstone is friendly, caring, a wonderful place to grow spiritually, full of professors who car and will invest in you, and has very strong community.
Your college experience is about more than just academics. If you go somewhere perfect academically but hate the campus or social life, your college experience will be highly disappointing. If you love your friends and the air of the campus, you will enjoy your experience and in turn probably do better in school, not to mention that it will really be what you make it. If classes are a little easy, you will have more time to maybe devote yourself to exploring things you like or enjoy, or adding a difficult elective class just because it sounds interesting. So keep in mind places that offer your major, but also pay attention to the campus, the students, the local town or city and the professors. All of those things will strongly factor in.
My best advice would be to follow your heart. Wherever you feel like you are being led is where you should go. Don't let mon...
My best advice would be to follow your heart. Wherever you feel like you are being led is where you should go. Don't let money or distance or anything else hinder your choice. College is going to be your home for four years so you should go to where your heart is led.
the community-- it makes you feel right at home
anyone who is strongly against the christan faith considering this is a christian school.
Before beginning the college search, I recommend first deciding what kind of college the student is interested in: big or sma...
Before beginning the college search, I recommend first deciding what kind of college the student is interested in: big or small, public or private, etc. I recommend visiting prospective colleges. In my college search, what was on paper in college brochures was very different from what the college was really like. I always walked away from a college visit with a very firm decision: I loved it or hated it. I recommend applying to multiple schools so that the tuition price after financial aid (what you will actually be paying) can be part of the decision making process. (The financial aid package comes out a few months before the final decision must be made.) In making most of the college experience, find the right balance of class and fun. Don?t waste money flunking out from too many late night parties. Go to class, but there is also more to college than the classroom. I consider living on campus crucial to experiencing campus life. Most college students are broke, so learn how to have fun for free/cheap. Get creative; you don?t have to sit at home if you?re tapped on cash.
The person who will find the most out of Cornerstone is a student who wants smaller classes and personal attention from the professors. Someone who likes to go to parties with alcohol or be part of a sorority/fraternity would not be happy at Cornerstone. It is best if there is agreement with the "lifestyle statement" to avoid feeling stiffled. Being a conservative Christian school, students may want to be eager and enthusiastic about integrating Christianity into their field of study and their entire worldview. Cornerstone is a small school in a big city, offering the best of both worlds.
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