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Central Christian College of the Bible Reviews

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  • Reviewer is Accepted here and planning to attend soon. Reviewer has been to campus.

    2 out of 2 people found this review useful. 1 of 3

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    Tips for prospective students

    Go somewhere else...somewhere that will actually accept you.

    In three sentences

    Terrible. They claim to accept you for who you are but this is a lie. They only accept you if you are who they want you to be.

  • Reviewer is A current student here.

    1 person found this inaccurate. 2 of 3

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    Campus Safety

    Not only are incoming freshman instructed as to safety procedures and how to defend themselves in case of unwanted intruders, but hand scan systems are in the dorms so only residents and their guests (of the same gender) may be admitted.

    Greek Life

    Dorms are wonderful, but there is absolutely no drugs, porn, premarital sex, smoking, or alcohol. Students who engage in these activities will be expelled after being warned.

    Clubs and Activities

    Harvesters is the missions organization on campus; Youth Taking Charge is for those wanting more testimonies and worship. Worship (Chapel) bands include musicians. Sports include men's and women's basketball, men's soccer, women's volleyball, and intramural ultimate frizbee, flag football, and volleyball.

    Great for these types of students

    Everyone willing to follow the rules at CCCB should consider the school; however, the school rules include no alcohol, smoking/tobacco/drug use, or pornography of any sort. Any student wanting to be a full-time Christian worker should consider CCCB. However, those simply wanting a closer walk with Jesus, or more training at being a successful elder or deacon would do very well! Christian musicians may participate in Chapel bands.

    Share any unusual traditions or locations on campus

    Every spring, seniors are selected to give a chapel sermon. Then, students get to vote on the class orator. Also, every spring break some students apply to go on Outreach Trips (mission trips) during spring break. Leading up to these there are fundraisers (talent shows, dance competitions, etc.) which can get hilarious, especially when professors are involved!

    Bang for the buck

    CCCB is tuition free! Room and board, as well as semester fees, are still in effect, but the price is very reasonable. However, their degree offerings and accreditation are limited. Thankfully, they are beginning the process to apply for regional accreditation. Money cannot buy the care the professors have for the students and one-on-one time they give!

    What to do for fun

    For those serious about Christian community, a prayer group meets at 9:09 school day evenings. CCCB is a small school and friendships grow close; spending time playing video games or watching movies is common. Exercising, walking, or going to the YMCA is also popular. Moberly is a small town but does have Wal-Mart and a few fun thrift shops and fun places to eat such as Chen's Bistro. Students often drive 30 miles south to Columbia to hang out downtown.

    Food and Dining

    Students can get jobs working in the kitchen. The food, while cafeteria food, is great for a cafeteria and includes cereal and a salad bar. Request certain foods to the head cook and she will seriously consider your suggestion.

    Dorm Life

    Dorm life is probably the best part about CCCB! You can choose a single, double, or triple occupancy. Resident assistants are available any time of the day or night to give advice or a listening ear. If you need help, simply ask. People are very friendly and welcoming.

    Academic Rigor

    The preaching program is excellent! However, as for general education credits, it really depends upon which professor you get as to academic rigor. Greek, Hebrew, and the Honors program are very challenging and deserve a five-star.

    Tips for prospective students

    Don't be shy! Live on campus and get to know your resident assistants; you won't want to miss the family atmosphere and crazily wonderful people who love Jesus. Get involved in ministries that you are interested in right away--CCCB has ministries to the homeless, Chinese families, missionaries, youth programs, and much more.

    In three sentences

    The professors sincerely care about their students' spiritual growth and do everything possible to help them succeed. Friendships abound; after only three semesters I feel like family. Something special is happening at CCCB--God is working.

  • Reviewer is A current student here.

    1 person found this inaccurate. 3 of 3

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    Great for these types of students

    This college is great whether you are introverted or extroverted. Everyone accepts you for who you are but they will try and help with the problems that you may have and are struggling with.

    Tips for prospective students

    Study hard from the very start. If you do so you learn a lot more from the professors. They know there stuff, we should also. Make friends, because this is all this campus is about. Have a great time with everyone and don't be afraid to engage someone

    Bang for the buck

    With being a FREE tuition college it is a very good value. There are other fees to pay but over all not even close to being as expensive as other colleges and universities. All the staff is very nice and gentle with your questions.

    Am enjoying being here

    The experience here is very nice and extremely homely. I enjoy the smaller crowds and number of students. This lower number allows for more community on campus and tighter relationships. I am an off-campus student and still feel welcome everywhere on campus with everyone. It is a smaller city and this is nice for me with the small town feel.

    Am learning a lot

    The class load is sometimes difficult and long but we do learn a lot from our studies. Our professors are very educated and well versed in the areas they cover. Along with the academic skills and learning, we are learning skills for life. One large impetus on campus is community and treating others with respect regardless of how you feel about them. We learn skills of how to help ourselves become better humans and those around us who may be struggling.