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Address:
1111 Academy Park Loop Colorado Springs, CO 80910-3704
Phone: (719) 884-5000
General Site: www.nbc.edu
Admissions: http://www.nbc.edu
Application: http://www.nbc.edu/apply

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Benjamin from Iberia, MO
  • Jun-18-2014 I am a current student here

    Be prepared for a fast paced environment in the online format. Be committed to give your best effort each and every session. The staff is quick to respond and very friendly in getting questions answered.

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  • Sara from Colorado Springs, CO
  • Mar-05-2014 I am a current student here

    If you are looking to learn and be challenged, you will be disappointed in the majority of classes here. Only three instructors will stretch you and mold you. The majority of classes, if you are like me, will be a complete waste of time and you will learn nothing in. Last academic year was like that for me. I wasted over 10,000 dollars and did not learn a single thing. Which did not happen when I went to the community college I went to prior. Also, if you are transferring credits, don't expect to be out with your degree sooner, I transferred a lot of credits and have been stuck here for four years going full time all the way. I had almost enough credits to get me my associates when God dragged me here. It is impossible to leave here in four years. Most people are at this school for their degree in six to seven years, going full time the whole way through. I want to leave, this place has a way of taking the best of you and draining it and your life from you. I have 1 academic year left before this school can release the death grip they have on me. I am so annoyed in most if my classes. They have instructors here that do not teach from their own understanding but a script created by someone else that they read in front of the class. Classes are often boring and not creative. They force you to go to chapel even if you ate not Nazarene. Before they forced students to a group of us non Nazarenes would get together and talk theologically to each other. It was a time I cherished since it was a time I was guaranteed to learn. They forced it away from us. Word of warning for all students who are not Nazarene: be prepared if you go to this school, that you will be outcastes and treated differently. Classes are only taught from one point of view and sharing your theological background is not encouraged in class. They will not attempt to teach you theirs completely. I have been going here for four years and have yet to really understand their theological idea of entire sanctification. There are instructors that will hold the fact you are not Nazarene against you. I have a messianic Jewish friend who was told in a ministry progress review to forget her past and join a Nazarene church because the messianic Jews couldn't teach her what the Nazarenes could. I had another non denominational friend who during the same type of review who was told that what she dreamed of doing and what God wanted her to do, prep missionaries, which was where her internship was at the time if the review, would be impossible without doing anything in the Nazarene denomination. So be prepared. I was not. In conclusion I would not be here if God had not told me, if you leave I will drag you back. But one thing is sure for me, after I leave I am NEVER stepping foot on that campus again.

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  • Tyeshia from Japan
  • Jan-15-2013 I am a current student here

    If you are motivated, then the online learning environment is great for you because it gives you flexibility with studies and other responsibilities. The key is to stay on top of the deadlines and be sure to keep your professor abreast of any situations, they are willing to work with you. Also, no matter if you are a Nazarene or from another denomination, be open when it comes to discussions because there is a wealth of information that can and is learned from one another. It is okay to agree to disagree, but in the midst of it, it challenges you to think differently and from multiple perspectives.

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