Traffic and travel time. This is mainly based on the fact that I'm an out of state student. Otherwise I get the best of both worlds: city life and college life.
I do not like dorm-policies and mandatory hall meetings. If I didn't show up nor able to make it, I was forced to pay $250.00 fines.
There were days when my friends unfairly received parking ticket despite there were no signs where students were able to park from 9 AM to 5 PM. People who work in building and grounds were ignoring students' responses about adding signs on parking lots.
The food and food services could be better improved. The facilities need an upgrade and some of the technolgy. The open opportunities for companies to come into the school and offer jobs.
I couldn't really confess in my heart that anything in this school could be considered as bad. At the stage I am in life now and dealing so many different forms of administration I know Nyack has some of the best on point staff this country can offer in any business. The school has gotten some great new programs over the past couple of years and it is a smaller, more family type campus with culturally diverse people working alongside each other. This school has alot to offer for a person who has a heart to serve.
The worst thing about Nyack College is its small population. Although this creates an intimate environment among the students, it also can isolate the students from the rest of the world. It makes the academics less competitive which gives less inspiration to excel in one's studies.
I woul d say the worst thing about Nyack College is the nightlife. The town of Nyack is one full of people commuting to NYC, thus is not a college town per se. It would be nice if Nyack College would have a better student center and late night coffee/snack area.
The Admissions office can be quiet unorganized.I have had my immuniazation forms lost twice and my w-2 forms misplaced.
I would have to say that the worst thing about my school would be how short the semester lasts. I'd love to learn so much more from students and faculty--and it seems to end so abruptly. I would also like more events in which I can interact with other students.
The lack of social space. We are confined to a certain amount of buildings but then once midnight comes we all have to go our separate ways because everything gets locked down.
Lack of variety in financial aid. A lot of money is spent on sports and athletes while academica and the arts receive next to nothing. More money should be spent on both of those areas, so that the college can better foster the emotional and intellectual growth of all students.
some of the people there are need to wake up and set out the box we ae in the real world now. also some are just so damn noisy and always trying to be in your business. try to catch u in something all the time
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