The worst thing I can think about my current college is the price. I am currently a sophomore here and I am hearing rumors that they are anticipating another tuition increase.
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The food at Keuka is not very good. Most students at school complain about the food here at school.
The worst thing about my school is also the best...The size...With this school being so small, it is good because its personal and everyone knows you. However, the bad part is that everyone not only knows you, but also knows your business in many aspects. There can be lots of drama in a small school that can not just affect a small group, but the entire college population.
The fact that we cannot afford as much as our comparable schools.
The only thing is the price of the school because it is so high. That some times when you need anwser about things they will give you the run-around. You may not every get the anwser that you are really looking for.
Administration is corrupt. They take bribes.
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