The worst thing that I would consider about my school would be the food variety and often the quality. The cafeteria food is not always the greatest, but we do have an alternative cafe in the student activities center which is usually good, but often is not. I wish there were more opportunities to fix food independently and more options to choose from within the cafeteria. I also think there should be options for the meal plan as well instead of one distinct meal plan for everyone.
The bookstore, probably would be the only thing I consider the worst thing and it isn't part of the school. It's contracted out through some place in Nebraska. They are overpriced and that's the one thing I hear on campus is pricing of the books. The used book section is limited and when a student is on a budget, it's hard to scrape up enough money to afford the books. A lot of students search ebay or Amazon for used books.
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