The financial aid office is horrible. They need to provide more money and clear understanding to deadlines.
The cafeteria. The food is gross.
Maybe the lack of sisterhood.
The worst thing about the school is the food, they don't have many choices, healthy choices i should say, and they need a little bit of variety on healthy foods.
The worst thing about my school was the limited funding for many aspects of campus, for example, online academic resources. Due to the fact that my school is a private school, majority of funding comes from alumn, as well as others who donate to the school.
The worst part about the school is the only sports team it has is the basketball team. All other sports are just clubs and students don't have the opportunity to play against other schools like the basketball team does.
Considering that the school has been around since 1873, some of the older buildings could use renovated.
It is unfortunate the Bennett is a private school. Because of low finances Bennett can not become the college it can be. I know if Bennett had more money it can do so much more and offer so much to not only the students but the community of Greensboro. Bennett is a blessing to many of the African American women that enters the campus and I know that with more money it can continue to be a blessing to many more of the young women that continue to walk through their gates.
The only thing I would consider to be the worst about my school I would have to say the time the cafeteria closes, it closes at 6' o clock. Being that my school has an 11 'o clock curfew for the freshman on campus on week days and 12 'o clock curfew on weekends, it can be difficult to go out and try to get food after certain hours.
It cost a lot of money to attend at I really don't feel like it;s worth it. I get little finanical aid as well.
The worst thing is also one of the most positive aspects of the school. My school has a strict curfew everyday of the week Sunday-Monday is 11pm and Friday-Saturday it is 12am. It does put a damper on things if you do not sign out but the signing out process is also annoying. Parents have to approve that you are allowed to sign out. This is to ensure safety so it is good but it is the worst thing about our school. It is only in effect Freshwoman year so it is a plus.
I really do not like the cafeteria food. We, students, pay all this money to attend this college, but they can't get no better food than what they have right now. It doesn't make any sense to me...
There are not many things wrong on my campus. If I had to say one thing, it would be that some of the facilties need some attention. (Performing Arts classrooms, and theatre)
The worst thing about my school are all the old buildings. The institution is trying to preserve the historic buildings and look, and because of that they cannot add too many new things to the classrooms, dorms and other buildings on the campus.
There needs to be more scholarships available on campus for students. Also possibly more availability for on campus jobs.
The worst thing about our school is the science labs but the majority of the school's students are science majors. The labs are not up to date.
The worst thing about my school would be the curriculum and its relevance to real world applications. Professors often don't relate their lessons to the real world. This often leads students to feel as if they are learning irrelevant materials.
The fact that we dont have that many extra curricular activites
The food because I personally feel lke they expeirment and give us anything sometimes.
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