University of North Carolina at Asheville Top Questions

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

Gabrielle

No real school spirit or upbeat campus activities.

Caitlin

The worst thing is sometimes the students get so involved the administration sometimes forgets we're students first, not professionals.

Michelle

needs better bus routes

Katherine

The condition of some of the buildings at UNCA are not up to par. There are a couple of buildings that still contain Asbestos in the ceiling tiles. Because of a lack of space, some of the art classes are being scheduled in the exposed rooms while the dust is still settling from the removal of the asbestos tiles. Some example of these classes are 3D design and studio space for painting level 4 students.

kayla

The winter because it is cold!

Hannah

The worst thing about this school is the lack of tolerance politically. Liberal parties constantly hand out flyers and conservatives have been threatened.

Lia

Racism

Eric

The diversity, because my school lacks any diversity whatsoever.

Gabe

Not a huve variety of classes to take in all fields

Gillian

My school is not ethnically or racially diverse at all, but we try to pretend that we are in pamphlets. I wish we had more diversity that did not consist completely on our basketball team.

Samantha

I would say the worst thing about my school would be that classes fill up quickly and could be difficult to get into some classes. This is because a lot of popular classes go quickly.

Amanda

It doesn't have a football team.

Athena

I think it needs more dorms.

sulkiro

financial aid for out-of-state students and the lack of academic zeal and competition in this hick-y school.

Melanie

UNCA is a liberal arts school and while I appreciate this and I am happy with my choice to attend, I do believe it needs fewer specific requirements to graduate. A large number of hours is one thing, but you lose some of the liberal arts experience when most of your classes are picked out for you.

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