There are three things that I really don't like about this school. The first being the food. I personally don't like chinese food, and it seems like everyday there is chinese food for lunch. The second thing is probably the students. I have been here for a little more than a semester and have less than 5 friends on campus. The last thing, and the most hated thing, is the overwhelming stench of weed all over campus. Everyone knows who does it, but nobody does anything about it.
The worst thing about my school is that its located in a small town and not a whole lot of students enroll here. Also being a communitty college students dont get the full university experience that they would going to a bigger 4 year school. Alot of clubs and organizations also arent offered here. With there being a lot of different campuses for the same school i feel like most students feel discouraged in participating in sports and other activities.
no campus life theres nothing to do here
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