I think the worst thing about Medaille is the breaks between classes. Some people have a three to four hour break before thier next class starts.
I believe that the worst thing about my school is that the food we have to buy is too much money. They food is of good quality but after going threw a whole year here im not a big fan of spebnding six dollars on a cheese burger that isnt al that good. Overall i believe that the is a good school but needs a better chose in foods.
The worst thing is that medaille is landlocked so we really sont have room to expand . we could use a bigger athletic facilities.
Parking, There is limited parking on campus and when they run out of spots you park at the Zoo. You have to then spend time waiting for the bus to pick you up and drop you off, during the winter waiting out in the cold for 15 minutes for the bus is no fun.
I consider our fitness area to be the worst part of our school. Medaille offers a small selection of fitness options within the school. I am an athletic student and believe that being fit also gives students a better likelihood of learning. Physical fitness is also essential to your body?s health and blood flow to the brain which makes it easier to think as well as keeping your brain active.
I think that the campus is so small that it tends to get boring after a little while.
Medaille college is a very small private school. The diversity there is very low. According to a medaille survey, last year their was approximately 10% African Americans , 5% Latino, and 85% Caucations. I think that medaille needs to become more engaging in student life, so that other outside people who are interested in medaille will see that Medaille is so much more than a private school that is very expensive
you cant really miss class cuz the classes are so small so the teachers will know when your not there
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