Ok…I looked at their website (BJUs) and all I have to say is wow. Can you say strict??? The part that struck me the most was the part about working off campus and the fact that they don’t allow contemporary Christian music at all (i.e. Michael W. Smith, the WOW worship cds) and the fact that you basically cannot leave campus in your own car for anything other than going home.
Here’s what they say about dating and work. (taken directly from their site)
Dating and Mixed Groups**
We want students to have wholesome social opportunities in a setting that provides accountability for biblical requirements of purity. It is with this in mind that we chaperon campus activities where men and women students are present and require a chaperon when students date or interact in a mixed group off campus.
Students may work in town until 10:25 pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends. Freshmen must have a prayer captain, assistant prayer captain, or upperclassman with them.
Sophomores and upperclassmen may work alone.
Freshmen and sophomores may not use their vehicles to go to and from work.
Students may not serve alcoholic beverages when waiting tables at restaurants.
Students may not do house-to-house sales anywhere in the Greenville area. Students offering services to the community must have a retail license or have clearance from the Dean of Students to do door-to-door solicitation for their services.
Students may not miss nightly prayer meetings on weekdays.
Also if you browse around on their site you can find lots and lots of anti-Catholic (as well anti-Jewish, anti-Methodist, and anti-Anything not fitting their definition of conservative) statements that are not really blatent but none the less,still there…
so based on my short review of their university site…I would NOT recommend using their cirriculum.