There really isn't a kind of person who shouldn't attend this school. They have rules and they enforce them. They have a curfew that is enforced. If you refuse to abide by the rules or if you don't like them, maybe you shouldn't go, or maybe you should. Maybe they would be good for you. There are all kinds of people there, so there is really not one kind of person who should not go.
The biggest difference between KCU and many other schools is that KCU has manditory chapel on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If chapel is not something you will enjoy, you may want to consider another school. Besides chapel, KCU is a very good school and you have to work hard to succeed. If you are just here to play football then you should go to anothetr school. Point blank, only come here if its a place you see yourself loving, otherwise you are setting yourself up for failure.
The kind of person who would get offended by people expressing their religion openly.
One not looking to deepen their relationship with Christ while studying in the area of profession they want to persue and that the University offers.
Someone whos willing to pay a whole lot of money to be indoctinated with church of christ doctrines
Any student is welcome here at KCU. Just let it be known that ALL students who come here will be required to uphold the rules of the campus, to attend two chapel services a week, and to complete 30 hours of Bible classes. That being said, one does not have to be a Christian to attend here. Again, all students are welcome.
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