Students do not get the chance to connect outside of classes. There are no campus events that bring students together.
The worst thing about my school is the lack of modernization. The library needs to be updated badly because the furniture and equipment is very old and worn out. I think that if the library was updated it would provide students a great place to study and learn. Because it is older, the learning tools are not as available. Many students do not go to the library because of the lack of atmosphere. If it was more bright and positive looking I really think that it would make a world of a difference.
The worst thing about my school would deffinetly have to be the food. You can tell its been layign there for hours and has just been reheated continuosly.
The worst thing about my school is that they recently dropped a bunch of classes due to the budget cuts and there is only one person working in the financial aid office. The school is pretty small on a whole without a lot options or degree programs.
One aspect that could be improved is school spirt and connectivity. Each student comes from a very diverse background and each has a unique experience which is a positive aspect because it brings something important to the college however, most of these experiences are not united in a unique pride of the fact that we are all students at the same college. Most students do not take advantage of activities which unite these diverse backgrounds and experiences. It would be refreshing to see more students embracing the opportunity to unite our college through activities and sports.
This questions is difficult to answer; seeing as how I love my school so much. If I had to choose something I dislike about my school it would have to be the library. It is an awesome place to study, with an abundance of resources, but I feel it could open earlier and stay open longer.
This school is great in its many facilities and faculty. Though there are many problems, including smokers, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this school.
The worst thing about my school is that it doesn't have much funding, and many of the students do not have alot of money.
It's hard to find a worst thing about MSJC. Before I attended MSJC I went to UCB. I was straight out of high school and even though my gut was telling me to go elsewhere I c aved into pressure from others who insisted I needed to push myself academically. The experience was awful. I stayed for three miserable semesters trying to be someone I did not want to be and then came home, so I have been extremely appreciative of the second chance MSJC has given me. I have a hard time finding fault with the school.
The worst thing about my school is the fact that it has so many campuses. All of the computer related courses that I need to take are located in another city, several miles from where I live. While the other campus is full of brillant instructors who know the material I wish to acquire, the campus that is near me, has only a few and they are not in the subjects that I am pursuing.
The worst problem I experienced at MSJC is that the college doesn't offer all required courses (specifically History 110) for my major at all their campus locations. I had to drive a distance to get one of the last courses I needed which was difficult because I had to make schedule changes and the traveling increased the amount I spent each month on gasoline. This problem was more of an inconvenience than anything.
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