|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Arizona Christian University Students||6%||16%||61%||31%||0%||4%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||0%||2%||1%|
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100% of students
The class periods for online students are short, allowing you to finish school faster.
The campus store seemed “understocked”, when looking for apparel, the selection was close to nothing. The campus is on the empty side and buildings aren’t always open when needed.
I love the engagement from all of the staff and faculty. Such a loving community. Great people.
The food is not what I'm paying for.
The people. The friends I made and my teammates have created a memorable college experience and also had a huge impact on many aspects of my life. They praised my positive attributes and helped me work on the areas I lacked and I did the same for them. The professors and all staff were happy to help as much as they could and accommodate any dilemma I faced. Additionally, there was always something fun to do on campus including different intramurals, activities hosted by Young Life, outdoor field days, and lots more. Through all of these, I became a better version of myself and came out mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually more advanced.
I don't have a lot of bad to say about ACU. The dorms and cafeteria food weren't the best, but those are probably the most common student criticism at any college across the nation. I will say at first, I disliked the number of required courses that are a part of the core curriculum, but the material gone over in class was intriguing and I felt like it was worthwhile. First impressions do matter to a lot of students, but I would advise looking at the bigger picture and weighing the social life against the educational experience in all areas before making a decision.