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Can anyone tell me what it's like to go here if you practice a different religion--albeit Christian?
I know many friends that go to this school that are not SDA or Christian. We love people the way they are and hope to show Christ's love by being an example. We do not force any religion on anyone. We love to have diversity.
That's really cool! So do they have requirements on going to SDA Church/Chapel? My parents were curious about this.
PUC is the #2 most diverse liberal arts college in the US News rankings. There is a bi-weekly colloquy which all students are expected to take but it is not really a chapel, speakers included people like Maxine Kingston, Tracy Kidder, Helen Prejean, Jose Hernandez, DeVon Franklin, etc. The worship requirement has no teeth, most people ignore it and there are no repercussions.
The college does not obligate you to turn Seventh Day Adventist but they do require you to take theology classes where the students learn about God. Every student is free to practice their own religion.
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