The worst thing about my school would have to be the fact that at junior colleges there are no sororities, or fraternities to join. If there were Sororities and Fraternities it would prepare students interested in joining later at a four year college. It was also allow students to engage more in activites outside of learning, making college a more interesting place to attend while learning at the same time. Although there are a few clubs that can be joined, they are not as interesting as they should be.
The worst thing about my school if anything is the budget cuts. It has caused tuition and books to raise and it is hard on college students, especially those who do not qualify for financial aide.
THE WORST THING ABOUT MY SCHOOL WOULD HAVE TO BE THE OTHER STUDENTS THAT DO NOT TAKE CITY COLLEGE, WHICH CAN BE VERY DISTRACTING. BEING IN THE ENVIRONMENT WHERE THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU DO NOT HAVE THE SAME DRIVE TO SUCCEED.
Its a Junior College, which means if your going for a 4 year degree, you'll have to transfer eventually. The campus is not know for its aesthetics and is definitely in need of a rennovation
The only thing I can say about my school is all the construction that is going on.
The same things that are wrong with most schools, I suppose. With budgets being cut and staff being laid off, everybody in the faculty is overworked. As such, things become less about the student's success and more about accommodating the stressed-out staff.
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