The worst thing about my school is the layout. The parking is at the opposite end of the architecture school, which is where most of my classes are located. The parking near the architecture buildings is very small, which makes no sense because the majority of the students that are always on campus, are the architecture students.
I don't believe that the amount we pay for tuition fulfills the amount of equipment is available to us. I also believe that we need more durable computer equipment and I think that the school overcharges students on the amount we spend on plotting. The professors request many plots at every class meeting and the students spend too much money on plotting.
The worst thing about my school would have to be the administration. My student advisor has never "advised" me and the financial aid department has put me in tears many times. Students always complain about the staff, and it seems that very little is done about them. I have had class discussions with many students in many classes and they seem to agree with me.
Too expensive to attend. Very hard to pay rent or school housing and pay for all materials, living expences, books ..etc
I wish that my school had more dorm rooms available.
The worst thing about Woodbury would have to be the small availablity for housing.
The student population is very small, making it difficult to escape the company of those students that are in your same major.
It is to much money. Tuition has gon up and it's getting harder and harder for us to afford school with out getting into debt after school. It makes me wonder if staying in school is going to get harder.
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