Berea College Top Questions

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?


I don't think I have something to say that is worth.


The worst thing about Berea is there is no such bad thing.


The dorms and food service. niether is teribal but they are the worst things on campus except when it snows.


The worst thing about my school is the cafeteria food. It diffently needs some improvement. Our cafeteria needs big improvement. The service is a little slow but we need better food.


its hard to figure that out, but the worst so far would be bureaucratic processes in dealing with sexual assault issues. there are a good number of sexually assaulted people on campus who still have to face their offenders everyday in class, cafeteria, etc without the school protecting them. I find that to be painful and even unbearable. its not taken serious that victims may have emotional stress that can affect their academics.


I think one of the worst things could be the rules. It is a small, private liberal arts Christian college in Kentucky and a lot of the rules are outdated.


Other than the living arrangements, I truly enjoy every aspect of Berea College!


The worst thing is probably the strict rules about visitation and alcohol.


The policies that they have that restrict the privilages of students, such as the visitation, parking and work policies.


The worst thing at my school would have to be the amount of academic pressure we have, due to the fact of this institution being a work study instutution, with strict class attendence policies along with large homework loads, its normal for a student to only get 3-4 hours of sleep a night.


The worst thing about my school is that some of the rules are not enforced. I hate the fact that students get away with drinking. They allow tobacco on campus but people bend the rules and smoke outside of designated areas. I hate smoking. I hate that it is even allowed.


You cannot transfer any credits in or out of Berea College becuase it is on a seperate private school curriculum.