Not enough oportunities to take a diverse range of courses.
I think the worst thing about Morningside is that eventually you get tiered of the food in the cafe. Don't get me work the food is good, but when you eat at the same place almost every day you just get tiered of it.
My issue with my school is one that might not be an issue for all prospective college students. Morningside is rather small in size compared to a public university. The small size does offer small classes and one on one professor attention, but the oppurtunities aren't as varied and broad for a student with a great determination.
The worst thing about my school is the lack of parking.
I don't really have negatve thoughts about this school.
The emphasis strictly on athletics for recruitment. I think this is changing, but when I was applying, there was a lot of hype about the sports program and not a lot about what I wanted. Also, we aren't allowed to live off-campus until we're of senior status, which is a little ridiculous.
It is expensive to attend school here. About $28,000
SOme professors don't care at all.
If you're really busy with course-work, you are not very popular unless its among your small group of friends. This is hard because all the people that are very determined to do something amazing with their lives are looked down upon in a way. Like "oh we don't talk to them because they're too smart for us".
The only thing that could possibly be bad about my school is the fact that it is a little smaller than what i would like, if it maybe had a couple thousand more students I think it would make the college experience a little more interesting, enjoyable, and fun.
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