I think the worst thing about my school is that students don't really communicate with each other, which means that we don't meet new people or create lasting friendships.
Kalamazoo Valley is a great community college. One problem though, is that Valley doesn't necessarily push students on the academic level. Classes at Valley are very easy and still taught at a high school pace. Students who transfer to four year universities are ready to be independent, ready to achieve their goals, but are not ready for college level academics.
The parking, but really if that's the only fault I can find it's not so bad.
The worst thing about the school I am attending would be the way the building is set up. The building is much like a maze in that I have to go down multiple coridors to get to my class. However, with that being said, the teachers are great, everyone is very friendly and helpful, and I feel like all of the teachers and staff are there to help me do my very best.
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