Most students most likely complain about the parking situation. In order to have a car on campus, you need to pay a couple hundred dollars for a UD parking pass. The lots where students can park are only on North and East Campus, which is inconvenient for those living on South and East Campus. Personally, I do not see why a UD student would need a car other than for work. Everything is so close together that walking, skate boarding, and biking is all that it takes!
Depending on where you live and what classes you take, students complain about different things. For example, freshman that live in Dickinson and Rodney tend to complain about the long walk to classes, and the food at the dining hall. Another common complaint is the amount of work some teachers give.
The dining hall, walking, in Trabant there there are crazy lines, how expensive food at Perkins and Trabant is, hard tests (especially science majors), police at football games.
Student says he would change the parking situation in Newark.
Student says if she could change anything at UD it would be the parking.
Alum gives her opinion on what should change at UD.
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