The only thing right now would be the construction going on right now. It makes it difficult to get to classes across the school on time and it overall makes the environment too packed.
The worst attribute of the College of Lake County would be the low number of applicants allowed into the nursing program twice per year. There is a substantial possibility of being placed on a waiting list to gain entry into the nursing program. This in turn may delay career goals and life plans.
The worst thing about my school would have to be not having a large number of classes always offered. In example there are a few time spots during the week that there are hardly any classes offered - making one have to be at the school sometimes for 7-12 hrs a day.
I have not experience one bad thing attending the community college I am currently attending
Some people choose not to take the classes seriously just because CLC is a community college.
The worst part of my school is its location. I don't believe that it is really in a central location.
The payment plan.
If you aren't financially ready for school the payment plan feels like a kick to the stomach especially since it will leave you without alot of money to buy your supplies that are necessary unless you are lucky enough to already have what you need or can come across another who has everything you need of which they are probably ready to have you take it off they're hands.
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