The worst thing about ASC is the lack of social life. ASC offers many opportunities academically, but if you want to be social you need to go out to other schools or explore Atlanta or Downtown Decatur. There are not many school functions except for two dances, the Black Cat Dance and Spring Fling. There needs to be more mixers or some opportunites for other students to come to our campus to see how much we have to offer.
Some of the professors office hours can be unaviable to me because they are available while Im in another class
The worst part of attending Agnes Scott is not having good fitness facilities and almost no intramural sports.
Honestly, there isn't much that comes to mind when considering the "worst thing" about Agnes Scott. I suppose the one thing that I find myself most discomforted by is the system by which they pick housing for students. I don't know if there's a better way to do it than the lottery method, but it seemed like a disorderly way of getting everything settled. Other than that, there's not anything about Agnes that I really dislike.
The size of the school is so small and matriculates a small number of people which leads for our college to be less known and acclaimed.
I can honestly say that I don't have any negative comments about Strayer University.
The worst thing is we are women's college. Sometimes, I miss my male friends' treats, their behavior and their attitudes are diffrent from all women. Other than that, their carings are also different from women. Also, they are stronger, the can help us in heavy work that women cannot do.
The worst thing about my school is how the staff and professors do not respond fast enough for the students to no new information or answers to their questions.
sometimes it can be too liberal
Sometimes it seems like the student body is too small, and I feel a little trapped, but since Agnes is in the middle of Atlanta, its also easy to get out on your own a bit. So far, there hasn't really been anything that bad about Agnes. It's a better college experience than I ever could have imagined.
The worst thing about ASC is two of the dorms don't have A/C.
Being from the north (Connecticut), I do miss New England's vibrant autumn colors and the snow in the winter. Georgia has very little of either of these, so sometimes I wish that Agnes Scott was located up north. But there is very little I would change about the school itself. It would be nice if breakfast and dinner were served for longer. I also wish that students were only required to take one science class for distributional as opposed to two, but that might fall into my bias as someone who doesn't excel at science.
Probably the dorms. Some don't have A/C (which is horrid for Atlanta) and some have mold (especially the first-year dorms).
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