These schools are similar to Azusa Pacific University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
67% of students
Because it is a private school, the class sizes are smaller which is better because it's actually possible to meet with the teacher during office hours. Additionally, it's much easier to obtain the classes you want compared to a public school. The teachers also actually care about their students and want them to succeed to the point where they'll get in contact with you to make sure you're doing well.
The social life is kind of almost nonexistent- no football team, no greek life, they don't really advertise games for the other sports teams so I honestly don't know what teams we have and when the games are. The food is kind of mediocre, there isn't a wide variety of foods from different cultures, and the prices are high as well. But, the community and people at APU are extremely godly, kind, and so willing to help
Small school and the Professors care about you a lot. They make time and answer all your questions.
You have to take religious classes.
The cost of attendance is not appropriate for the experience at Azusa Pacific. Although I have met my best friends here and have enjoyed many of my classes, the lack of financial aid and personal development resources is disheartening.
You will be in a lot of debt unless you receive a full ride. If you have dietary restrictions it will be hard to eat the on-campus food options. The community is great, but there aren't many interactive social opportunities.