Although it is much cheaper than going to an actual university, it is still expensive for somebody living on their own with many expenses.
The schedules of the classes are not varied enough. They are usually scheduled during times that do not suit everyone's lifestyle. They do offer online courses, but they fill up very quickly, which makes it difficult to get the credits that I need. Their online classes are also very tempermental, as the blackboard isn't compatible with certain browsers or systems. I feel as if there should me more classes made available.
The worst thing about my school is that it is a community college so I am still at home. I am so ready to go to a school where I am away from home and on my own. My school also does not have a lot of classes that will help my degree once I transfer to a larger school.
the worst thing about lakeland CC is that there are not many places with nice scenery outside.
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