Overall I feel that Penn State Abington is good school with a solid learning evironment. I guess my biggest issue with the school is the fact that when it comes to transfer students like I feel that they don't do enough to help educate the students about the policices and deadlines at the campus. This can obviously the adjustment period for new students like me a little hectic and just slows my introduction period to the college.
The fact that it is a commuter school. It's just hard being in such a great and large university but not being able to fully experience it. I can acknowledge that it may not have the space or money for on-campus housing, but it makes it harder to make bonds with people. When everyone goes home at the end of the day and you only see them once a week, it's hard to make a solid group of friends.
Probably the parking, it is usually full and we have to park off campus somewhere else in a shopping center. That takes up a lot of time to get to clsas if we are late.
Lack of parking spaces for commuting students
There is no on-campus housing.
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