The layout of certain buildings can become confusing. due to the varied ages of some of the buildings (part was built in the 1900s, another was built in the 1930s, and another in 2008).
The most frustrating thing about my school was the Mcdaniel plan. It requires us to take a certain number of certain classes. It seems almost impossible for things.
Extremely lacking in proper career development activities as well as career counseling. I felt and still feel vastly underprepared for the real world. They were never able to help me find jobs or internships on or off campus. In some ways, the school seems to fail to acknowledge that there's life AFTER college.
The students aren't interested in getting off campus and the school doesn't provide efficent transportation. They are located 30 minutes from Baltimore and D.C. but in my year and a half there I only went into the city once. Students are stuck in a "McDaniel Bubble", they are not concerned with the world outside of campus.
The cafeteria, some of the dorms
It's in such a little town that there's not much to do off campus after 10PM.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that you can only minor in education. The course load for both secondary and elementary education minors is bigger than the communication major but still is only considered a minor.
It was too small and the community was isolated.
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