Mostly my classes have been small enough to be able to get to know the teacher, yet large enough to have a discussion that has representatives from many different worldviews. Even the lecture classes have been small, especially considering what other college's lecture class sizes are sometimes. My largest class was 75 people, and my smallest class was 10 people. The professors are all real professors, and for the most part have been enthusiastic and truly interested in their subject. The classes are challenging, but good. I feel like I will be well prepared to...
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Messiah College is my second home. I feel very blessed to be going to a school like Messiah with a strong community and people that care about your well-being. I'm also blessed to be attending a school that professors know me more than just as a face and a name.» Read More
Messiah is small and somewhat isolated which can be frustrating but also encouraging and exciting because of the tight bond you form with others. There is a strong emphasis on community and, in my experience, it's easy to make good friends here. The professors are almost all wonderful people who teach well but are also worth getting to know.» Read More
Messiah College is a great Christian school with a beautiful campus and friendly people. This is a place to receive a great education within the sometimes constricting realm of the Christian community. If you don't mind a little judgement in your life, Messiah has great students and even better professors in a vibrant community that is sure to please.» Read More
Messiah is academically rigorous, spurring young men and women on towards educational excellence that prepares them for lives of service to God and His church. The school also fosters genuine, on-campus community that inspires students to seek community-driven living during enrollment and after graduation through service, participation, and care for others. Within the campus life, rules are reasonable and relatively few, allowing students to develop as responsible adults and recognizing each student's need to make individual and independent choices.» Read More