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


The Office of Student Development is the WORST part of the school. They often forget that the point of Higher level education is education. They weight down their most talented students and impede them from succeeding academically, spiritually and economically.


It's really hard to think of the worst thing because I love just about every about my school. Probably it would be the food, but there are always plenty options so I never go away hungry.


There are many clicks here. Being a small school, you are put into category, not physically. For example: Jocks, nerds, preps, weird people. SInce I play a sport I am automatically categorized in with the jocks. I do not like being judged in that way, I like to hang out with anyone, and if do have friends that do not play a sport.


Because Baptist Bible College is a ministry oriented school, graduates do not get jobs with large salaries; therefore, the college lacks the large endowments that other colleges possess. This causes a lack of available scholarships for the student body. For many on this campus, it is extremely difficult to pay for college even though tuition is not as high as other institutions.


The walls in the dorm are thin so if you are a light sleeper, you might have a hard time falling asleep.


Moving towards a financial focus instead of a classroom focus. BBC needs to work on improving the classroom before the physical appearance of the campus. Don't be fooled by the looks!


The worst thing about my school would be the fact that the food isnt very good. It's full of fillers and it rarely agree's with a persons digestive system.


I never really thought about the worst thing about my school. The food could be better. There are a lot of rules, but I knew that when I applied to go to this school and a lot of them are really not that bad. Some of them are actually kind of good to have.


The worst thing about my school is that the students don't take the opportunities presented them to be involved in the activities that they could be. We have many able-bodied students that feel as though they have to devote their time all to one particular thing, when in fact our school makes it very possible to be involved in multiple things. It would be very helpful to the campus if more students would step up and use their GOd-give gifts and abilities here on campus and in the community.