I think the worst part about my school this past semester was the food. In the main dining hall the only thing I found to be acceptable was a cheeseburger or occationally the pizza. Other food was either cold, poorly cooked and prepared, or bad tasting. I expect the situation to improve, though, as the facilities are being improved and expanded.
The worst thing about my school would be the lack of a kitchen in my dorm room. Also, the dining hall food is usually the same thing and get sick of eating day after day and I just wish their was more variety and choices everyday.
The social life.
The professors are overqualified and take thier job to seriously.
some of the teachers are experts in their fields but cannot teach very well.
Without a doubt I would have to say that the worst thing about school is the professors in the technology department. Not all of the professors are bad but at least half just can not seem to get the point across when it comes to the class they are teaching. Many of them are very smart in what they know, they just can portray it in a way that students can understand. In fact a couple professors actually believe that and use the statement, "I have my tenure and their is nothing you can do about it." How about that?
The worst thing about SUNY IT is the lack of activities on the campus. The campus is dead much of the time.
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