I think the worst thing about my school is the coast of tuition. It is almost impossible to go there without going into massive debt.
The worst thing about this school has nothing to do with academics, it is simply the food and location. We are required to live on campus, and the food they provide at the one dining hall is most often unbearable, or at the least unappetizing. The other thing I do not care for is the location. I wish there was more room for the horses to have larger turnout lots with grass. Other than those things, the school is great.
The worst thing about this school is that they are very unorganized. Students don't know their grades until midterms are out and een then the professor has guessed that grade so you never really know your actual grade until semester is over.
Lack of individuality. too much parential control by the professors, faculty, and everyone.
The worst thing about the school would have to be all the duck poop we have on our sidewalks. The ducks are nice to have around just not the presents they leave everyone. And I would have to say if your not in a sororiety or fraternity its harder to make friends. They have there own click and they do a lot of things together.
Because the campus is very small, some classes are not offered every semester, so you really have to come up with a plan to fit in all of the required courses for graduation. This isn't usually a problem unless the class is a prerequisite for something else. If you are smart about it though, it isn't too hard to make everything work.
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