Crown is the school where pastors in the CMA Hmong district are made. Compared to the other CMA schools such as Simpson University, Nyack College, and Toccoa Falls, Crown is one of the well known schools where I've seen alot of the Hmong pastors here today actually going out and becoming pastors who are doing something and not with just a Pastoral degree. The reason why I joke about this sometimes is because I have not yet seen a good leader who has went throughout most of the U.S. Hmong churches excpet Crown College students.
Crown College is a very accepting place. Because it is smaller and everyone sort of knows everyone else, there is a strong sense of community. I never knew how someone could know every single person in the school at college, but here it is possible! A person could walk down the hallway and they will know 75% of the people they pass.
The environment is very friendly. There may be cliques, but you they don't stop you from having friends. It is also hard to make enemies because everyone is very forgiving, loving, and caring. If there is a way they can help, all you have to do is let them know.
Great things about my school include the supportive environment, the flexibility of the professors, the relationships I have built with fellow students and the acceptance of individual personalities.
The music program. Crown's music program is phenomenal and they have one of the bests guitar teachers I've had the pleasure of learning under.