The worst thing about my school is the fact that it is located in the middle of Kansas because the wind, especially during the winter, never stops blowing and just cuts right through you since there are no mountains or hills to create resistance against the wind.
They take a really long time processing paperwork and financial aide, but are super busy because they're so affordable.
The fact that there are some teachers there that are not very good.
I would have to say the prices of the dorms is the worst thing that I can think of at my school. I feel that my education is less expensive then the place that I am living.
As I said before, the town and campus itself are pretty quiet. You get some good traveling professional theatre, but otherwise the place is pretty quiet.
The worst about Ft. Hays is that some of the educational classes are confusing in their instructions for prospective teachers. Lately the department/teachers have given false or old information, which makes us students run around to fin dout the right answer or means of going about certification.
I don't really have anything bad to say about my school. The schedules are good, the class size is good, no complaints.
At this time, I have not encountered anything negative about my school.
I would have to say the worst thing about my school is the activites that students can get involved in on campus. There are not very many activities that actually involve all students together. There is also a great deal of focus on the "drinking" social life. Often times, Hays is seen as a party town, where a great deal of drinking happens.
It is too big and too many people im switching to a smaller school at semester
International students. They are rude.
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