The buildings in which the classes are held are numbered, but not any order, making confusing to find you class's your first year.
I can't think of much that's wrong with my college that wouldn't occur in any other school. For instance, every school has teachers that are better than others. Some professors see their students as so competant sometimes it's hard to get help from them when it's needed. Also, though the campus is beautiful, there is a major parking problem that has apparently been going on for years. There are many more students that drive than available space. However, I believe this problem is being fixed with new parking lots or garages being built.
Without a doubt parking would be alone at the top of the list. Everything else is great but it is quite a distraction and inconvenience when you waste a lot of time looking for parking.
Its so expensive. Every quarter I have to buy new books. It gernerally cost about $400.00 a quarter to buy the required books. You can sale them back to the school for pennies on the dollar or try to nagotiate with other students . Its a pretty big pain and when your in school every penny counts its amazing to buy a book for $185.00 wow really? do they need to be that expensive?
It seems pretty outrageous to me.
What i consider the worst thing about my college is how crowded it is. Since the start of my attendance, the student populationhas only increased and the school seems to be getting smalller. This also makes registering for the classes needed to graduate all the more difficult because of availability.
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