College Senior 2013-12-15T18:02:43Z
Liberal arts school not huge focus on sports.
College Senior 2013-12-15T18:01:29Z
2 parking lots and plenty of street parking spaces
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:59:06Z
Don't live on campus but, school has strong ethics and values
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:56:54Z
I Don't Live on campus
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:53:53Z
It worked awesome up until I tapped out while in my degree program
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:53:00Z
Dining is always expensive however, there is a variety depending on your budget
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:51:17Z
Most of the students carry computers but, we have computer labs and the library.
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:48:41Z
I do not live on campus
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:47:35Z
I have been living here in Oregon for 11 years. I feel this is a great place for my son and I to enjoy cleanliness.
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:42:12Z
During the time I attend class there is no food service open
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:40:35Z
Everyone is nice and helpful. There are mmany other moms that are shooting for success. A reminder of how far have come is brought to your attention and fellow classmates keep in contact with you.
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:37:57Z
I drive to school and if I needed a ride the city bus is available
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:18:06Z
Bachelors in Health care administration opens doors for a multiple of careers in the health care industry.
College Senior 2013-12-15T17:18:06Z
The program offered gives single mom's the drive and opportunity to advance in their educational career goals while working full time.
College Senior 2013-10-17T20:33:33Z
The residents' halls are priced relatively well. Some of the houses and apartments are priced on the higher but because of the amazing area we live in and housing prices in Portland it makes perfect sense.
College Senior 2013-10-17T20:13:33Z
There are a good amount of computers available and we have a small school so they are available most of the time.
College Junior 2013-07-29T19:29:14Z
Guys & Girls:
People here are very friendly and down to earth they like to party learn and grow with you. The only downside is this school is very small so rumors are easily spread, situations often misjudged, and cliques seem to form towards the very end of the year. Haven't seen much bullying and hazing people stick up for each other and group together like a family. There's not a doubt in my mind that if I or anyone ever needed a friend on campus to go chat with in the late hours its almost always possible to find one.
College Junior 2013-07-29T19:26:23Z
There is only one Cafeteria along with one little "Snack Shack" both are only open at set times during the day, there are no places/lounges where you can go study/eat/drink on campus which are open late or at different times. Plus the options provided in the given locations are repetitive and throughout the year just get worse and worse as the year progresses.
College Junior 2013-07-29T19:24:22Z
Portland is known partially for it's food carts. Along with infamous Voodoo doughnuts, there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance which is mostly quality food with decent pricing and usually open late swell! If you're hungry you can easily gain the freshman 15 here!
College Junior 2013-07-29T19:08:16Z
The security guards are annoying, they can't really do anything except shine a flashlight on you or write down your name so people can get you into trouble when you're sober. The "Pa's" are extremely ridiculous they're nosy and will go anywhere they hear loud music or people partying to shut it down. The school's retention rate has been continually falling year after year and as an on campus student I know that these listed issues are things that discourage students from the idea of returning to Warner Pacific College. Find that balance WPC.
I'm not saying to let students do whatever they want, but this is college where memories are made for the rest of our lives do we really want to be shaped by people who don't let us have music loud, and people over?
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-28T08:31:36Z
To me, the city of Portland makes living on this tiny campus worth it. It's an incredibly fun and forward thinking city with something for everyone.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-28T08:29:59Z
Some parts of the campus such as the Tabor grind and cafeteria are updated but the sub is...sub-par and the student lounges (the only place you can be with the opposite sex in a building after 10pm on a weekday) are often being used or are not the best condition. Do not remove the couch cushions from the couches in the lounge.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-28T08:26:06Z
The majority of the professors I've had are good. The only thing that I don't like as an upperclassmen is having the same professor for multiple class semesters in a row. The point is, the school is so small that there are not many professors.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-28T08:23:52Z
It's Portland. We've got transportation like you've never seen. Unicycles are preferred.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-28T08:21:11Z
Well we have a good Men's basketball team that people attend when there's an interesting game. And there's some other sports offered as well but I wouldn't say the student body as a whole is super into that.
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