The availabilty of online classes. Working full time it would be nice to take atleast one online class a semester. IUS offers online but not always what you need.
The part of Indiana University-Southeast that is the worst is the traffic that can occur trying to get to the university. The two interstates that are taken to get to the college, have accidents on a weekly basis that make it tricky at times to get to your classes on time. Hopefully after the construction is finished on the roads, it will help to decrease the amount of wrecks that happen near the university.
The worest thing about my school is the demand for money that i simply do not have and do not any way of getting
I don't consider anything to be the worst thing about my school.
The worst thing about my school would have to be either the lack of my major as a degree (physics) or the lack of parking. However, the degree is suppose to be offered within the next 1-2 years.
poor advising to help choose the right career path and courses.
The worst thing about my attending IU Southeast is the distance from home. It's only a two hour drive, but that becomes a long drive when I like to go home on the weekends. I get home sick and want to spend more time with my family, but I have to wait for the weekend since it's a four hour drive both ways. I try to drive during daylight hours and this limits my time at home.
The worst thing about my school is how hard it is to get involved when you don't live on campus. I wish there were more opportunities.
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