The worst thing about the school was that there wasn't much to do when I was in school. After I left, Ferrum College was building up and providing more acitvities for the students. Adter I left more students were enrolling in the school, which provided more majors as well as providing more activities and making the school all-round better.
The worst thing about my school would most likely be the location of the school.
The school is located really far from everything. It takes thirty minutes to get into town to buy groceries, so if you dont have a car then you really cant get what you need to get. During weekends when people want to go to the movies or out to eat, it takes a while to get where people want to go. Most of the time students are paying more in gas than what they would spend on the product they are purchasing.
At times I feel isolated. There is an advantage to being located in such a rural place, but it limit my ability to explore the region. This would be what I consisder to be the worst thing about my school.
The cafeteria, the only other food options on-campus is subway and papa johns.
The worst thing about my school is the location it is in the middle of no where ,very reserved for a city girl like me .
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