had a mixed experience at the school, both good and
bad and I managed to tough it out.
-shuttle service around campus so I would
not get ran over by careless students.
-advocacy from DSS
-Some good professors
-the campus was nice and
so is the basketball arena
-snacks during finals week
-a few professors that understood my disability
venues around campus, such as the theater, the concert hall,
the Pyramid, Japanese Gardens, etc.
-The city has a lot
of things for people to do
-Good advisers that
can help me decide what class/professor I should have
-Some of the people do not speak very
good English, so it is hard to ask, for example,
when applying or all over campus.
people and not enough classes
-People who study on
-People just being flat out rude
-Some professors are very insensitive
-Studying in the library
becomes an inapporpriate chit-chat session
lack of supervision when the k-12 schools visit here
to get into the university and be given a run
Overall, I would give the school a 6.5 out
of 10 and there are some things that need to
improve to better the quality for me and other students.