The food is boring if you want to eat healthy.
Lack of diversity among student body, faculty, and staff.
The campus is pretty out of the way with just a small town around it, so much of the social life is strictly on campus, and unfortunately the large majority of social activity involves drinking.
inaccessibility, stress levels
It's small, so it tends to get a bit cliquey. I'm not saying you can't befriend people from other groups or circles on campus, but after about sophomore year, it's more difficult. Things tend to become pretty established.
A lot of the students get so wrapped up in their schoolwork that they forget to have fun and enjoy what some people call the best years of their life. Some students don't know when to stop studying and I feel like sometimes they let it consume their lives.
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