The facilities for the math/science/engineering courses. All of the computer programs and equipment are dated, but all the english majors have a nice new building to be in. As an engineering student this is a little frustrating.
The worst part about the campus is that until the new building is completed, there aren?t many arts classes. This is a minor setback though, as the sister campus in Ft. Steilacoom offers design, print, painting, photography, and other visual courses. The new building will offer music, drama, photography, and nursing. This will not only mean new courses, but more community opportunities as well.
The worst thing about my school is lack of places to sit outside and enjoy the weather when it's not raining here! There are a few benches, but that is not enough. When the weather is nice in Washington, I want to sit outside and everytime I decide to, the three, mabye four picnic benches are already taken up. I would like to be able to sit outside and do my homework when I have my break.
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