I feel the classes have a lot of overlapping information.
There is nothing bad about my school. They have a variety of clubs one can join, a diverse environment, and everyone treats each other with respect.
Though I thoroughly enjoy the campus, the amount of courses available with different majors is quite limited at times.
The staff that work in the research departments that make decisions on who gets to work within the research labs or not. There appeared to be clique type environments within the research labs which I found unreasonable for people like myself who could have used the experience for my graduate school applications and I was not alotted that opportunity because I felt that I did not belong to that clique.
It is a little over whelming at first. The large hoards of people, the work load, and the busy atmosphere. There are not many on campus employment opportunites. The financial aid department is useless.
That parking is very expensive, and textbooks are overpriced.
The worst thing about my campus is the size of the campus. The campus is fairly new and so it is still fairly small. This at times can double as a good thing, but at times it gives the school more of a community college feel.
I consider the absence of sororities to be the worst thing about ASU west. We have only one sorority that I know about and if you don't make it in, because it is such a small campus, you have little chance of meeting anyone outside of class.
The worst thing about my school is the lack of space in some of the classes. Some that require more attention from teachers generally have over 30-40 students in them.
The worst thing about my school would be the lack of food options at the west campus. Its not terrible but it could improve, which will as the campus grows. Another thing i might mention is the financial cuts that the state is making.
Sometimes it doesnt feel like college because it is a small campus, and there isnt always alot of things to do around here. I guess it could be a good thing considering there are less distractions.
Not all of the elective classes I am interested in taking are available and the campus I am at.
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