Parking and the strictness of the residence life here on campus. Often you will be late to class or a meeting because there is so little parking and if you dont show up early you will have to park almost a quarter mile away. The residence life here can be very strict and try to get all the moeny it can from you. They tried to charge me for damages in my room that I were there before I moved in and so I had to show proof so I wouldn't be charged.
Availablity of classes each semester.
I truly love this school, the campus is beautiful and the people are genuinely nice and easy to talk to, but the tuition has been hard to meet due to the fact that it's a private school. The food in the cafeteria is also just cafeteria food. It isn't disgusting, but it isn't exactly gourmet or sit down quality.
The aspect I find most frustrating about Regis University is the lack of available treadmills in the gym. Shallow, right? Well, running is my drug-I need it every day. Sometimes, however, I have a limited amount of time to devote to running and I cannot fit a long run around the community into my schedule. On these days, I venture across campus to the gym in hopes of a quick fix. You can imagine my frustration, then, when all three (only three!) treadmills are occupied by fellow devotees. Help!
I have attended classes on campus and online. My current schedule is 100% online, the flexibility of online classes is great if you have the necessary determination to stay current and can work well on your own there are sometimes when the lack of in person contact with fellow students and teachers can be difficult.
I attend a small LSUE in Eunice Louisiana and it is really a great college. It is very small and you don't have to walk far to you classes. Everyone there is very helpful.
I can't think of anything. Attending Regis has been a great experience.
The costs of attendance at Regis.
I think the one very frustrating things at Regis is the core requirements, particularly the 2 religious studies requirements and the 2 philosophy requirements. I feel the both, because they tie so strongly to the Jesut missions is somewhat irksome to students that are neither religous nor Jesuit/Catholic/Christian. I do feel this does make for well rounded students, I just don't like discussing religion because its such a heated subject. And that people can become easily offened in these courses when forced to take them and write papers in them.
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