I wish I would have known that it was somewhat disorganized.
I wish I had learned beforehand how insecure and open to the public this school was.
how the teachers taught. some teachers cant speak english clear
I wish I knew about how much books cost
I wish I had known the surroundings better. I never knew the city life.
i wish i had known about the lack of activities to do on the weekend. to have some fun, students usually have to drive out and find it.
there are now quarter machinces on campus, that most of the students at the school are local and go home on weekends, there we are not in the "bad" part of baltimore, that there are lots of things to get into in baltimore city, and there are very nice suburbs in baltimore county
That there financial aid program is horrible. Everyone working there needs to be fired.
I wish i would have known what the dorms looked like before i came to Morgan.
I wish I had known that I would be going to 13th grade instead of my freshman year of college.
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