The worst thing about the school honestly, is the lack of drainage around campus. If it rains, you better have rainboots that comes up to your knees and a good umbrella. I remember the first time it rained when I was walking from class to class, water was up to my knees almost.
One thing about my school that is almost unbearable is the fact that our parking is so limited that it is literaly hectic to get to parking spot with out having to walk clear across campus. Also our biology building is extremley far away from all other buildings at our college. It is almost impossible to get from one class in the "U" all the way to the biological science building withing the ten minute window.
The only problem I have seen so far has been the lack of communication between the different departments around campus.
I would have to say that the worst thing about my school is some of the science teachers. The school allows these old teachers (like 86 yrs. old) teach science courses. There would be nothing wrong with this if the students could actually understand, and be able to hear the teacher when they give a lesson. I sat at the front of the room; however, I was still unable to understand the entire hour-long lecture. I'm just hoping that next semester my chemistry proffessor will do a better job at teaching the class.
The worst thing about my school would be the fees this is because I live off campus, yet I have to pay for things that I do not use. For instance the computer fees such as blackboard.
Parking sucks!!! They would rather build a new buildings when others arent finished instead of worring about parking.
The campus is not well organized and doesn't take students opinions into account on many matters.
The town the school is located is dead with little entertainment for a college student.
The location. SOSU would be great if it were located closer to a larger city.
The lack of "fun" offered on campus. It's just not as exciting as other campuses seem.
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