The worst thing I consider about my school is the construction that is in progress and thats only becauase I have to walk around the cafe now to get there, versus walking through the back doors before construction started. The new addition to our student union is a great asset to the school and to the student body. I'd perfer getting to the food quicker but thats my own satusfaction. Thats probably the only thing that is considered to be the worst thing about my school.
There weren't many opportunities for people with my major in Mass Communication. They focused more on Buisness majors or Science majors.
I love my school. I don't really have anything negative to say about my experience. I am grateful for the time that I've spent in this community. If I had anything negative to say about the campus, it would be the parking. I don't think that they have enough parking spaces. So many of its students are commuters and some days are better than others, but finding a parking space can sometimes be very difficult.
Coming to FSU, I was worried about not being able to fit in and find friends. The school is almost 3 hours from home. So, I worried about being home sick. I was able to come here and feel the family atmosphere that I needed. However the one thing I would change is the town that my college was built in. Some people in this town make prospective students not want to come here because of the reputation they have.
I would say the worst thing about my school is that my school is slow when it comes financial aid or stuff in that nature.
I dont know
I did not like how roommates were selected is you did not have one during my freshman year. After my freshman year it was smooth sailing.
The worst about our school is lack of school spirit (we have school spirit but its not that great when you look at the surrounding campuses) and the parking is ridiculous.
The school spirit is low....ad it brings homecomming down
So far I have not experienced anything.
the worst thing is sometimes when I have problems with things such as my grades, or just to be advised sometimes it feels as though i get the run around meaning i don't always directly get the help that i need when i need it without going through finding someone to talk, there should always be somebody there for you because if not that can discourage someone. it has discourage me many times
The cost of tuition. Its is rising.
Financial aid; we had a term of people that misused some of our monies and re-worked the system to keep as much money that we were granted as they could so that the student would not receive as big as a refund check; our chancellor and other finanicial aid members were made to step down while I was there.
FSU was a university that allowed students as myself to come into your own. Of course their were time s when I dreaded the royal blue and cream, but above all when i walked across that stage and caught that fresh breath air of success, it inspired me to further myself and beleive in me........Their is n't anything that I regret or anything bad about FSU........
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