There are many people that live in surrounding towns and cities that are only 20 minutes maximum away from Curry so those people tend to go home on the weekends because it is convenient for them to do so.
The worst thing about my school would have to be how expensive it is. Curry College is a phenomenal nursing school with amazing academics and an all around great environment. Curry College is $42,000 a year. Which means I will have many loans to pay when I graduate.
The cafeteria wasn't my favorite but they're building a new one, so there isn't anything else that I don't like.
The worse thing about this school is the off campus transportation. There isn't much off campus transportation.
The worst thing about my school is that there is no town center or shopping or resturants near it. You have to drive to everything off campus.
The only negative feedback that I can provide for Curry College is that the library has very limited hours. The library closes promptly at 11:00 on weekdays and 6:00 on Friday and Saturday, which for a nursing major does not allow the study time necessary. I often go to the library to study in a group as this method of learning is beneficial for me. We often just arrive and get started and have to leave, which is so disruptive.
I truly hate Curry College and regret attending there. If you check collegeboard.com only 64% of freshman return for sophomore year because the school is so miserable. The majority of campus leaves every weekend, although there is not much to do even during the week. The events and clubs offered are weak, and typically student run (ie: learn to salsa dance, movie night..blah!). The food is absolutely disgusting. The academics are an insult to ones intelligence. I didn't buy books this semester because I knew I wouldn't need to. Slackers retard the classes progress.
The activities planned on campus are a little lame. Some things are good and fun to take part in but most of them are not.
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