A person who want to simply goof off should not attend East Texas Baptist University.
This school is the wrong for school who are not Christians and don't believe in God. It's also not the right school for people that is more intersted in the opposite sex or partying than their school work or worshiping God.
Basically, if you want a school where you can goof off and never go to class, this is not the school for you. If you want a school where you can get wasted and never study, but make great grades, this is not the school for you. People who like causing drama with outlandish ideas or values and enjoy rubbing those in people's faces do not do well at ETBU and have all left after one semester.
one that wants to have fun! there are too many rules and you cant do anything on campus. its like going to church camp or something
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