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The professors in the architecture program. They care about you and know that you are not identified by just your major. They worked with me while being a part of the women's basketball team. They understood the way I work and pushed me to be better in a positive way.
The rules are a bit strict in regard to it being a Christian university, but you eventually get used to it.
I’ve been at Judson for almost 2 semesters now and I love it. I’ve lived in the dorms and I’m a commuter so I have experience in both worlds. I can say that wherever you live, Judson is always a place you can call home. I have to admit being Christian at Judson makes it a lot easier than not being a Christian but Judson has Bible classes that help non-Christians catch up in Christianity. Overall Judson is a great school and I’m proud to say it’s a good day to be a Judson eagle.
There was not much that I didn’t like except it’s pretty expensive but I guess that’s the case when you go to a private school. The chapel is required which I think should be a class students can choose to go to instead of making it a requirement.