At this moment I can not say anything negative about the school I am attending. Most of my classes are online and very few on campus, but the ones I do have on campus the teachers have been very helpful with me.
Personally, I hate that there's never anything to do on campus. There are barely any clubs or groups at this school. I'm a quiet person, and I don't make friends easily. It doesn't help that there's no place I can go to meet people with similar interests.
I absolutely hate the fact that our school has like no sports other than basketball. Basketball here is a racially driven sport and does not allow much room for people who are not of a certain race. I would love to see a baseball, wrestling , or football team to give all students a cahnce to be active in a sport.
The worst thing about Central Penn College is that they have been making more classes at night or online rather than during the day. This makes it harder for me to make my schedule, Since in the state of Pennsylvania I have to have the same amout online as I do in the class or more in class to keep my state grant money.
The worst thing about Central Penn would have to be the low level of school spirit and activities within the school. The reason why I choose the low level of school spirit and non-activities as the worst would be because within the school there isn't that many school activities that everybody could participate in. This makes the school more boring and drives students away.
I like this school sometimes, The only thing is my concern is th financial aid office they are very demanding about there money. and want it on time when people don have the money.
Central Penn is a great school to attend but if I had to pick one reason why I dislike the school it would be slim selection of majors. I?m one of the lucky ones that found the major I wanted to take, and being that I only live 10 minutes from the school it is convenient. I?m sure there are many students that would like to attend this school but they do not offer the major they want, so my advice to Central Penn is expand their walls and invite more students in.
Probably that like any school when something goes wrong the school handles it, instead of having police involved when it's a matter that they should be involved. Such as underage partying and drinking, to me that seems like beyond a school issue and the students should have to deal with those consequences, and not just get yelled at by the school and set back to their dorm.
the worst thing i would consider is the low amount of sports teams, I like to be involved insports but there is very little sporting teams and the sports offered i do not like.
We don't have are own basketabll gym.
The worst thing about my school I would have to say is the dress code. I know that my school means well about trying to prepare us for our futures, but it was a major transition from high school when you are able to wear basically anything you want.
I think the worst thing about my school is the same as the most frustrating thing. It is hard to pick out your course schedule when their are pre requirements, and classes you want to take in a particular order when not all classes are offered every term.
The worst thing about my school is the bookstore. It is very inefficient and the customer service is poor.
I think the worst thing about my school would have to be that they don't offer recycling. Central Penn is not really helping global warming. They send emails saying to recycle and the pros and cons of recycling but will not get the borough to stop at the school with a recycling truck.
I enjoy all the aspect of my school, currently I do not consider any aspects as being bad; although, if I am asked what to improve upon within my school, I would have to say that more exposure to the businesses and other sponsors would be beneficial to students from a now and futuristic perspective.
The worst thing about Central Pennsylvania College is that the scoozi is closed on the weekends.
Its lack of a school bookstore on campus
They are all about money.
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