There is nothing I consider bad about my school. Its a good school and I am getting the skills necessary for my career.
The food in our cafeteria is not that great. It is edible, but it sucks to go from home cooked meals to 'cafe food.' Another thing, if you are a swimmer like me the worst thing is that we don't have a pool on our campus. We have to find our way down to the pool we went out lanes for that is 15 minutes away from campus.
I have not been totally satisfied with the counsling services,offered to studients.
The school didn't have much going on during the weekends for students because many of the students would go home.
There aren't a lot of bad things about my school, except for the food. There is a lot to choose from in our cafateria but it's the samething everyday. Sometimes when my friends and I go and eat we look at what they are serving and it doesn't look good or like food. They do have a grab n' go which is lunch to go, but still it's the same thing everyday. The University is going to put in a strip mall with more food place, but no one knows when that's going to be.
I think the worst thing about this school is the financial aid department. They are completely useless and unwilling or unable to help. Instead of sitting down with current or prospective students, they let the student fumble around on their own and then slap them with a bunch of fees at the end of the year. They do not make any effort to give additional scholarships to anyone but international students, transfers and athletes.
Cafeteria food and that it is a dry campus.
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