The worst thing about my awesome school is just the cafeteria. Walla Walla University is a Seventh-day Adventist Christian higher education institution, and the company that serves our food doesn't know how Adventists cook. It's an OK situation, but I wish the cafeteria staff really knew how Adventists like their vegetarian food served. Other than that little detail, this campus rocks my socks!! I absolutely love the warm, friendly, and welcoming atmosphere this university radiates to its students. This was definitely my first choice for college, and I'm very glad I chose to come here.
The worst thing about my school are some of the requirements. Because it is a private christian school, you are required to gain a certain amount of worship credits. During the week you have to make time to attend three worship services a week while still attending the required chapel service as well. It can become a pain, especially when the homework starts to pile up. The services can go really late sometimes. Other than that though, this truly is a great school.
There isn't much to do around the campus on the weekends. The towns are pretty small so you have to be creative with what you do.
I wish it had more available in the health sciences/allied health department, such as a nutrition program.
A little too small, not enough diversity, not enough focus on research.
I don't think there is one.