CBU does not have robust programs in all desired majors. You cannot, for example, earn a degree in Theatre there. The buildings are also somewhat antiquated on some parts of campus, having been used in the early twentieth century as a boys' high school.
The worst thing about my school is how close it is to city events (ex. fairs), making it hard to get back into the school if you live on campus with the amount of traffic around. It is also hard to find parking if you are a commuter student and residents park in your lot.
Christian Brothers University is a great school academically. The school really does not really have a "worst" aspect. If I just had to point out something that could be improved probably more than anything else is its sports department. I wish the school had a football team, a dance team, or a cheerleading team. Everything else about Christian Brothers Univeristy is great!
The worst thing about my school is probably the parking. The spaces seem awkward and are jumbled at places.
Too small. Feels like a big high school.
I'm not sure that their is a bad thing about my school. i love it. There are things in my school that need improving, but other than that i dont think there is a worst thing, it is pretty perfect. If only they would get rid of 8am classes.
I have not yet experienced an awful thing here at the university.
I hate the cattiness that goes on with the sororities during Rush. It's ridiculous - and that really has nothing to do with the school, but the girls don't have to act they way they do. I think it has to do with our area, and most of their socioeconomic statuses, though.
The worst thing about my school is that some of the students that they allow are not focused on learing and i think this is bad to other students that if had the chance, would do a better job with it.
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