|Religious affiliation:||Christian & Missionary Alliance|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Plains Rural area, on fringe of an urban area|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Master's degree|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
The mission of Crown College is to provide a biblically-based education for Christian leadership in The Christian and Missionary Alliance, the church-at-large, and the world.
I absolutely love being here at Crown College. It's personal and private when you need alone time. It's a perfect atmosphere if your heart is heavy and burdened, for it's easy to find a secluded place to think, pray, etc. Students are so friendly and you are accepted to moment you arrive. As soon as I came on campus there were a group of students just waiting for me to stop the car so they can help me bring all my boxes (and there were PLENTY) to my assigned dorm. My roommates are incredible. Since this is a missionary college, there are many students from around the world that come for their education: Africa, Hong Kong, China, the Dominican Republic, etc. Hearing their stories is amazing and there are many other students within the states that have more great stories to tell. I have many study groups with friends and have been in intramurals. I have a leadership scholarship and attend many of the activites at Crown. We have Caribou Coffee on campus in our coffee shop and it is wonderful. We have a climbing wall and a ton of pool tables. There is a restaurant place also where you can get meals if you prefer not to eat in the cafeteria. My roommates and I schedule to eat there every tuesday and thursday and finish with a couple games of pool. The mail is easy access as is most everything. The best part about the campus is that everything is in one building-except sophomore-senior mens dorms and all women dorms. Chapel, food, education, freshmen men dorms, coffee shop, restaurant, student union, library, computer lab, professor's offices-ALL in one building. It's convenient in the winter when it's cold. I feel very priveleged and blessed to have such a short walking distance to class. Of course the freshmen men, if they choose, can have an all-season attire: since they are indoors they never have to be exposed to the cold. The warm days are wonderful. Kids lay under the shade, play frisbee or frisbee golf or sand volleyball outside. Go swimming in the campus lake, etc. Activities as I have previously stated are endless.Read More