The worst thing about the school is the team assignments. Students in each class must form groups, called Teams, and do an assignment or two each week. It can be real frustrating when there is an uncooperative teammate or when someone doesn't do their part(s) to the best of their ability.
The worst thing about my school are the few downsides of an online based class. Though more convenient, I learn better one on one in an actual classroom setting rather than sending emails to my professor.
The only thing missing from University of Phoenix, for those people who find this important, are campus activities such as sporting teams and events, Greek life, and special clubs and organizations. Since the target students are working adults, many students do not have time to participate in these activities outside of work and home life. Also, most of the campuses are shared, leased buidlings so there is the challenge of constructing and coordinating these things.
The worst thing for me at this school is that they only have classes which meet from 6-10PM. I variety so I would not mind a class once in a while during the day.
The fact that there are no extracurricular activities or clubs to join. One does not get to feel that college experience that everybody always talks about or looks up to.
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