There are a couple of things that I struggle with in this enviroment. I believed that I would like the small size of the community however as it may be charming it is also limiting in promxity. Additionally, the campus development and construction has caused some to be placed in temporary housing that is not ideal. Lastly, it is cold... not Indiana cold but Michigan cold.
The worst thing about Trine University would have to be the fact that there is nothing to do in this town for fun. Once you are finished with class and homework, you honestly lay around or play video games for the rest of the day. Also, if you are looking for a job in town, it most likely is not going to happen. The stores around here are looking more for full-time workers and could care less about the college students.
the amount of homework
the way the administration runs you around when you have a problem. They seem to think that the school is perfect and that there is no need for them to actually do their job
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