Education at Chatham University: Overview
At the Chatham University through Education program you can obtain degrees of the following award levels: Bachelor's degree, Master's degree. Secondary school GPA, Secondary school record, Completion of college-preparatory program, Recommendations are demanded when applying. The lessons of this program will be held at Woodland Rd.
The average total number of students of all degrees engaged in this specialty is 19 or more and 21.1% of students are men.
Chatham University provides on-campus housing and board and meal plans. Chatham University campus is safe for students with 0.14% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary and aggravated assault are the most frequently detected crimes. Students that live on campus typically paying for room 5416$ for academic year. Academic/career counselling and employment services offered for students. 9% of students are granted with financial aid.
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Student Reviews and Ratings for Chatham University
Academics are great but their financial department is abysmal in performance. Be prepared to have charges and interest hidden from you like you're dealing with a used car salesmen. Poor communication and lack of transparency in their student bills has prevented me from ever recommending this school to anyone post-graduation. I would not advise to anyone to go here especially if you are suffering financial, because you will receive no mercy and no help whatsoever. BJU is not a ministry it is a business and they make that very clear.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
My family lives here and attended college here too, and it is an incredible place to visit and live in. It is definitely a unique place in the world, but it's a good rest from the noise and problems of the world. In academics the quality is top-notch, and the spiritual care is genuine from the faculty. Finally, the campus is a great hub for art of all kinds: musicals, operas, plays, concerts, etc. I definitely recommend going, even if it's just to take a walk! It's a beautiful campus, and people are more than happy to help.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I went to Bob Jones University for the 2014-2015 school year as a pre-med major. The school and administration are very nice...but they require you to undergo 'biblical counseling' if you act in any way that they do not approve of. This is understandable, but the counseling sessions are hosted by Bible major grad students and these students are obligated to repeat anything you say that they think the higher-ups would want to know.In addition, they value compliance to rules over understanding the rules or the reasons for them. When I asked about the purposes of various rules (respectfully), I was given no answers except a reprimand. I can respect rules, but I cannot respect an organization that keeps rules in place simply as an expression of enforcing discipline. Even the RAs and much of the mid-level administration care little for the rules, and typically let things slide, which creates an attitude of disrespect for the authority of the school.The school is not regionally accredited. Note: This is the important accreditation, not the national one that they advertise. (EDIT: As of the 2019 school year, this is no longer the case and they are now regionally accredited.) Their med-school acceptance rate is inflated because they remove anyone from the major if the faculty deem them unlikely to make it into a med school. I eventually discovered a passion for biology..and realized that Bob Jones University could not help me get into a biology grad school, because they teach young-earth creationism. Any grad school for biology simply would not accept someone who had been trained in that tradition of belief, rather than from an evolution-based perspective. Regardless of the validity of the belief, there is no future in the life sciences for most people who attend this school.Disregard any attempts by the admissions counselors to convince you that a science (or many other) degree from BJU can get you into grad school in a secular institution whose own subsequent degree could help you get a job outside of Christian circles. If you get a degree from BJU, make sure your plan is to continue working in the Christian community. Nothing wrong with that, but it's something young people are not aware of that can seriously hurt their future careers.Finally, keep in mind that credits do not transfer from BJU to any school that isn't Christian. As anything but a religious/music/art major of some kind, your options for transfer are: PCC, Liberty University, and a couple other small colleges much like BJU (EDIT: Again, no longer the case due to accreditation, though many of their credits still might not transfer for other reasons). As a personal recommendation to other prospective students: If you don't think you can live comfortably under the rules, please don't go. You will be out several thousand dollars and a great deal of stress, not to mention a year of your life. Trust me, pick someplace else. I had to go against my parents' wishes to get out, and it was the best choice I have ever made. I escaped, and you can too.UPDATE: I'm now a junior attending Appalachian State University, getting a B.S. in biology with a concentration in science. I plan to teach science to middle- and high-school students. Having some years of science training under my belt, I can say that Bob Jones University does not teach science to a standard which would prepare them for a future in any science. They teach it through memorization--science is a way of thinking about the world which can supplement both everyday life and a life of faith. Without that fundamental basis for their teaching, Bob Jones University is not an acceptable option for a science education, regardless of their faith base. There are better options that surpass Bob Jones in educational quality without compromising the beliefs of their students.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Incredible School. Really amazing education! They really prepare you for the future. Teachers really care for you, unlike most colleges. It is now also accredited!! The student body is amazing and I would highly recommend going to college here.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
This is a great place with caring teachers who honestly care about their students and want to provide a rigorous academic experience for them. I love being a student here.I am an Information Technology student. All of my Computer Science and Information Technology professors are incredible and push me to learn, but also care about me personally.The school is now regionally accredited, which tremendously helps all students who want to transfer or further their education.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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