I consider the worst thing about my school is there is no challenge. The classes are very easy to earn an A, and this is discouraging because I like the challenge.
I think the worst thing about my school is the amount of classes they offer to the students. They only have so much room and sometimes it is not fair for the ones who do have children and who work more than one job. I think they should be able to have more than two class times for everyone to be able to get into the class.
University is expanding so frequent changes/organizational fluctuations can be confusing; smaller town is growing also so housing and typical college 'kid' social activities are still in the development process as well; with a smaller university the tuition may be lower, but sometimes expensive facilities or more highly advanced equipment is not available/less research opportunities/post-grad continuance support, etc.
The thing I consider the worst is the fact that the school is very small, but it will gorw in time hopefully.
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