College Freshman 2013-11-30T20:49:59Z
The athletic teams are very competitive and do offer an opportunity to students to try out. They are a lot of fun to attend.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T20:48:46Z
I have met a lot of wonderful people. Classmates and teachers alike. I have learned a lot about my major, music. I would do it all over again.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T20:47:42Z
I have learned a lot this first semester. I am very pleased.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T20:46:23Z
It's close to all classes and easy access to get to.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T20:45:37Z
Health & Safety:
Security guards are on campus. They are very friendly and they help make it a very safe environment.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T20:44:00Z
So far so good. I have not had problems with the wireless network and with printing accessibility.
College Senior 2013-07-21T23:41:54Z
The program of San Diego Christian College is a great program to be involved with. The men and women's soccer program has decent teams and the newly added women's softball will soon be a great success.
College Senior 2013-07-21T23:40:08Z
Health & Safety:
The school itself is old. A lot of the campus is shared by the high school that is there. The dorms are not very nice, they have a lot of work to be done. The dorm bathrooms are pretty disgusting.
College Senior 2013-07-21T23:36:30Z
The college is located in a lower income area. The only perk is that it is located in beautiful San Diego California and you are only a few minutes from the beaches and downtown.
College Junior 2013-06-28T00:38:08Z
its like one big family and everyone is so nice. the weather is also amazing
College Junior 2013-06-28T00:36:31Z
the software is all up to date and the wifi is free
College Junior 2013-06-28T00:34:46Z
everything you need is on campus and transportation is rarely used because the dorms are so close to the campus
College Junior 2013-06-19T04:52:18Z
Health & Safety:
The school is in a gated area, although we do park on the street.
College Junior 2013-06-19T04:51:17Z
Workers in the financial aid offices, are rude and will not go the extra step to help students in need.
College Senior 2013-06-08T01:08:52Z
SDCC is virtually drug and alcohol free. The environment is very positive and clean. People there are so fun and great that drugs and alcohol is not necessary for a good time. Standards at this school are high, which keeps the students from making stupid decisions.
College Senior 2013-06-08T01:02:13Z
There are a lot of choices nearby to the school if you're wanting to live off campus. The school is so central that its close to many apartment complexes and condos. It's a great place to find something close by that's also close to shopping and restaurants. I also hear that the cost isn't too bad either.
College Senior 2013-06-08T00:56:31Z
SDCC has a ton of athletes and athletic programs, which allows for all of the students to get really involved in the supporting the teams. The spirit leader also does a great job of getting the students excited for upcoming games, and ASB often provides for students to attend free or get a great meal for cheap while attending the game.
College Senior 2013-06-08T00:46:28Z
The computers at SDCC are fast and have good programs on them. I don't use them too often, but it seems like the people who find them to be extremely helpful. The only thing that SDCC's computers need is more space.
College Sophomore 2013-05-15T19:09:25Z
Guys & Girls:
I'm awarding an A+ for this category, but I refuse to comment on the physical aspects of the students. God made everyone equal, beautiful, and in His image.
As for their interests/social life, SDCC is like any other college in the sense that you're going to attach yourself to those who are compatible with you. I listen to a lot of indie rock and alternative music, so naturally I'm drawn to any hipster wearing skinny jeans and a flannel. However, I'm an open-minded person and I'm very sociable, which allows me to connect with the athletes and bookworms alike (and I mean that in absolute respect). The student life at SDCC is, however, unlike any other college due to the immense love and care you'll receive from anyone there.
College Sophomore 2013-05-15T19:04:27Z
I never really use the actual computers because I have my own, but they are well thought of by students. Anyone that doesn't have their own laptop/MacBook just uses those, and they get the job done. Each computer is equipped with Windows 7 (maybe even 8), and as a previous owner of Windows 7, I can assure you it works wonderfully.
College Sophomore 2013-05-15T19:02:31Z
This is the only problem I have run into at SDCC. While it is affordable in comparison to most private colleges in the nation, it is still more than I can handle. At five-figures per semester, it is very difficult to keep up as a student without any college assistance from his parents or extended family. I hope I am able to return for the coming years.
College Sophomore 2013-05-15T18:49:56Z
This is San Diego, California. We've got temperatures between 60 and 100 degrees fahrenheit year-round, and it couldn't be more beautiful. The way the palm trees and blue skies contrast each other makes getting out of bed in the morning less of a chore and more of an intriguing privilege.
College Sophomore 2013-05-15T18:45:00Z
I sat in my SDSU classes and felt separated. I felt as if everyone around me not only didn't know who I was, but didn't want to know. This is not a letter to attack San Diego State University, which is a well-equipped institution in both the academic and technological realm, but this is an example of what life at San Diego Christian College is like.
On my very first day, I was nearly in tears, because I felt at home. The close-knit student body, the God-led teachers, and the beautiful campus (with the vision of the new campus just over the horizon) brought me in with open arms and made me realize that I was in the right place. I'm a man led by faith and I know God led me to SDCC for a very important reason. San Diego Christian College is a fine establishment with great opportunities for Christians young and old, as well as non-Christians with an aspiration to educate themselves in a loving community and potentially embark on a spiritual journey that will affect their life directly and greatly.
College Junior 2013-04-22T19:26:38Z
we have no option for public transportation and there isn't a bus stop close to the school.
College Junior 2013-04-22T19:19:34Z
this school is very strict about hold each and every student to properly live a "christian life." They judge you on everything you do and if you are caught drinking or using drugs they will punish you with writting an essay about why drinking is not right. your second offense you are fined $$$ for not representing the school in an appropriate behavior. they don't even life if you go anywhere that sells alcohol or displays inappropriate behavior.Then your third offense it starts monthly drug test, and breathlizer test. and there is a curfew for students who live on campus (1 oclock) and if you are not back on campus and your name is written down with security and then you are set up with a meeting with a student life superviser to explaining why you came in after curfew. and to live off campus you have to be 21. i feel that a lot of the students here are afraid to be themself because of the fear of being judge
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