The worst thing about my school is the wi-fi availability and the cafeteria food. The wi-fi on campus goes in and out just like the cafe food--some days it works others it doesn't.
The worst thing is that it consists of mostly football players. This is bad because they believe that they run the entire school, and they can pretty much do whatever they want. They also get all of the scholarships available at our university because alot of them come from lower class neighborhoods.
I honestly don't think that there are any bad things about Averett University, I actually like tis school.
The tuition is very high.
Since I am a GPS student, I feel that the worst thing is poorer communication than with traditional students because I am not at the main campus but overall I don't have any complaints or problems with Averett.
The worst thing about my school would have to be the bathroom facilities. I believe that Housekeeping does not do a great job on cleaing them because there is alwyas hair and dirt on the bathroom floors after they clean. Also when they mop the floors they mop with dirty water from another bathroom that they just cleaned. This is not health safe to anoyone who use the bathroom.
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