Willamette University Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


Student body was too small and the surrounding city was too small... Nothing to do!


There is too much to do and not enough time to do it all! So many great extracurricular opportunities that you are always having to decide which you MOST want to do.


The most frustrating thing is that students tend to be very insulated within campus and do not explore the wonderful surrounding area enough.


Trying to find time to fit in homework and studying for all classes. Sometimes teachers think that they're class is the only one you have


The lack of diversity-- everyone's white!


The work load is excessive, but helpful for those who can manage their time.


Going to a new school in a new area where I knew no one and getting a roommate who did not speak English very well gave my freshman year a rather rough start. Luckily that situation changed to one where I met "bunches" of new friends and continued to do so the whole time I was there.


The most frustrating thing about this school is the size. The school often feels too small to really feel comfortable living my own life and going about the activities I would like to.