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The worst thing about Eastfield College in my opinion is the lack of student advisors. With the small number of advisors available to the school, having a reliable and strong relationship with the advising staff is very difficult to accomplish.
I guess the fact that because it's a junior college, the younger students don't take Eastfield seriously. I suppose it could be the same at regular colleges, but it's frustrating when people are goofing off and not paying attention or trying to learn.
The worst thing about my school is that the computer lab is not big enough. Even though computers are really big these days, there are still a lot of people at Eastfield who don't have computers at home,so I think we could use a bigger computer lab.
There are not many worst sides about Eastfield College, but one area that I think needs improvement is their phone answering system. There's rarely been a time when a person at the admission office or other offices answered or returned my phone calls, so I think that's the area that needs more improvement.
The amount of students that aren't serious and inhibit my ability to learn to a certain extent.
The worst thing about my school is that everything is so time consuming. If you want to talk to a counsler, you have to grab a number and wait. Or when you need financial aid, it takes for ever for you to get your questions answered.
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