I really do not consider anything bad about Southern Union. I enjoy having small classes and the one-on-one help. My teachers are always willing to give me extra attention if I need it. Everyone is very friendly and nice! I really like Southern Union.
There are very few things i consider bad. If i was to choose it would be the lack of financial aid help. There are so many students that apply and are unable to recive there financial aid in a timly manner. The workers there seem not really interested in helping you get your money but looking for everyone to be gone.
The buildings could use an upgrade in equipment for the classrooms and more high tech features as well like 4-year universities.
The worst thing about my school is that there is no cell phone service here. Also there is not main fastfood restaurant. You have to drive at least twenty minutes to get to the near place with a restaurant or cell phone service. Other than that Wadley is a nice place with very generous people.
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