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I Wish I never went here all the students are in a bubble it is fake don't waste your time and money everyone is judging everyone during class or other events the opposite sex can set next to each other but can't even hold hands if you want to date/get engaged you need to ask premission From the dean it's NONE OF THERE BUSINESS.on how to live your life and to listen to music they make you write why and give it to the DC it is a lot of stupid crap it is a vary brain washing schoolRead More
Biggest mistake I made going to wolbi regret it so much I'm glad my sister changed her mind and didn't go. judged left and right a lot of people are stuck up and rude the professors don't care about the students. It is a very butt kissing school and FAKERead More
Don't go here unless you're interested in being kept in a Christian bubble with fake, ignorant people. Women are told that their bodies are harmful to the spiritual lives of men, meanwhile the whole place is set up like match.com. Classrooms have assigned seats, and so do mandatory "events" and the seating arrangements are LITERALLY ALWAYS boy girl boy girl. Ring by spring is basically expected. And if you do choose to get engaged there, you will be forced to undergo counseling AND ask the dean for PERMISSION to make your own life choices. This isn't a college this is biblical matchmaking and babysitting for college-age kids.Read More
Some tips to keep in mind if you are looking to attend here is to study the schedule before you show up at the school. The schedule for Word of Life is very hectic and compact. You will learn the schedule and how it works later in the year, but at the beginning it is very confusing. I suggest to sit down with an admissions counselor and have them map out what the year looks like for devotions, classes, exams, service assignments, etc. just so you can have a successful start to your year.Read More