There are two things that get complained about more than anything by veteran students here: the food and the girl:guy ratio. While the food here is good when you're new, it easily causes freshman 15 since if you have a plan its all you can eat. Also, once you've been eating it for years every day, it can feel pretty dull just out of repetition. As for the girl:guy ratio, just go next door to Rutgers and you'll be fine.
They either complain about the workload or how much the professors suck. It's an engineering and architecture school, so you can expect a lot of hard work. And the professors are really smart but some just cannot teach. Don't be surprised if you get a bad professor.
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