Here is why PCC is such a great place to learn as a Christian student.
The people create a great atmosphere
As a Christian, in the whole world, there are few places like PCC where so many Christians are concentrated together towards a common purpose. This creates a spirit of brotherhood and quiet which does not exist anywhere else.
At PCC, it is possible to fratenize with other Christian young people everywhere one goes. To make friends who are kind and also wish to follow God is our previlege at PCC: there are few other places where that is the case.
The college encourages godly living
Instead of making us fight against the common current, the college puts forward programs and activities which encourage us to live a godly life. We are constantly exposed to the Bible and to the examples of others which push us to improve, not first in academics, but first in discipline with God. This encourages every student to orient every aspect of his life according to the best of his ability.
The rules sort people out
Many people complain about the rather strict rules at PCC. Granted, certain rules may seem unreasonable and are not necessarily applied according to the most benevolent spirit. However, the task of faculty is not to denigrate students, but to allow them to live accountably.
The great thing about enforcing conservative rules is that obedient students stay. Some students may have entered PCC for the wrong reasons. But unwilling yield themselves to a higher standard, they inevitably leave. Therefore, although rules do have difficulties, for the most part, they tend to encourage qualities of higher standards in integrity and obedience.
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Baroque Frame and Butterfly
Mixed media projectMade at Pensacola Christian College for Principles of Painting (AR 221)
The Truth about Pensacola Christian College All you wanted to know about the rules from a student who's been thereAlthough voices dissenting PCC can be very loud, from the perspective of a (perhaps less unusual) student, here is an attempt to describe discipline at Pensacola Christian.
Watercolour post cardMade at Pensacola Christian College for Principles of Painting (AR 221)
Watercolour paintingMade at Pensacola Christian College for Principles of Painting (AR 221)
What is Pensacola Christian College Like? A freshman's perspectiveMy experience behind the scenes of college life at PCC
Pencil drawingMade at Pensacola Christian College as the final project for Principles of Drawing (AR 111).
Pencil drawingCreated through AR 111 Principles of Drawing class for Graphic Design.