The worst thing about my school is that it is just like all the other schools out there. There is not anything particularly remarkable about the campus on the surface excepts that it is a Church of Christ school. The campus does not have enough park, which makes it very hard for a students to find parking and it is especially bad if you are in a rush. It is going to be even worse since the university is renovating and making new buildings.
I think the worst thing are the dorms. We currently have two guys and three girls dorms plus one new apartment complex that is just opening this year. Besides one side of a girls dorm that is new all the other dorms have not changed at all since my parents went to school there. They are extremely run down and simply need to be remodeled!!!!
I believe the worst thing about my school is the lack of original thought; there are hardly any classes that promote critical thinking. Most professors teach you to believe what they and the university believes, hardly ever deviating from that path.
The food service and the cost to attend. It is a great school and I love being here but the cost is so high that it is difficult to attend financially. I have scholarships but it still costs a great deal to attend. I love it though.
The worst thing about my school is that is not as diversed as I would perfer it to be. I also would prefer if students socialized outside of the racial barrier more often and have a greater appreciation for various cultures.
Somewhat of a suitcase school. Many people leave on the weekends and the campus can seem dead. Though it seems this way, there actually are more people around than one might realize. You just have to find them.
It's run as a business more than a school. Those with money in the community are treated better than the students who spend thousands of dollars a year to go to this school.
The worst part about my school is the high cost, however they are extremely helpful in aiding students and the money makes for a fantastic campus.
A lot of people tend to go home on the weekends cutting back on things to do.
i think that having classes that are too large can cause many confusion