I don't like how they have a really loud and obnoxious event called Sun Fest. They have a big concert during class times and it drives everybody nuts because we're in here trying to learn and all we hear is, "LET'S MAKE SOME NOOOOOIIIIIISSSEEEE!!" coming from outside the classroom. They could at least be a little quieter...
I currently go to a community college, and while the atmosphere may seem layed back, the majority of students are quite apathetic to their studies. Exams and assignments are often given extensions, little effort is given into discussions, and students seldom show up to class. Not only does it cause the curriculum to slow down over the course of the quarter, but it also causes me to lose motivation and face the threat of also getting behind by the attitudes that are surrounded by me. I wish to be in a more goal-driven environment.
For me, the worst thing about my school is the commute. Shoreline is mainly a commuter school, so I have to drive awhile to get there. Also, parking is terrible.
Academic wise, I love shoreline and have no complaints. Like any school it has its funding issues, but that is understandable.
The worst thing about my school is that there is a small amount clubs to choose from. I believe that clubs can bring in different students from different backgrounds into one organization with the same interest. It would be better if if they had a club for each degree my school has to offer. Students would be able to connect to others and get advice from people with the same interest as them. Clubs can also keep students connected to one another.
The worst thing about my school is that the school is small so there isn't as many class rooms of one specific class as some schools, so its harder to get into a class thats of interest.
I actually have no bad things to say about my school at all, sometime perhaps I wish they were a little more helpful when it comes to signing up and getting registered and listing a little more clearly all the steps that need to be taken and the order in which would work best. As well as having more Financial aid staff to answer questions.
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