- Class: Junior
- Major: Education
- Gender: F
- High School: Anchor Bay High School
- Transfer Student: N
CMU's campus is the perfect size; not too big or too small. The campus is very pretty, especially in the fall. The leadership program is a great asset to the university and is something that sets us apart from the competition. Greek Life is above the standards of many other schools and does a lot to give back to CMU and our community. I spend a lot of time in the library and studying at coffee shops. I do not like the expenses, but I do understand that that is something that will happen at any school. I disagree with the way money is spent to improve buildings on this campus that are not in horrible condition. Instead of renovating to make things more visually appealing, keep things the way they are, save millions of dollars and keep our tuition low, so more students can afford to attend.
Some of my professors know my name, while others definitely do not. I enjoy the classes I am taking now because the class sizes are smaller, making them more personable and I am more comfortable and have friendships with most of my classmates. I like the technology available in all the classrooms.
I like how involved the RSO's on campus are, but only when they are proactive and not assulting, such as the Young American's for Freedom where in Spring 2007. I feel that I am not as educated as I would like to be on many current events and issues relating to the student body on this campus, but due to PR, programs and other events put on by the diverse RSO's, I am able to culture myself a little bit more. I'd say that most students are comfortable going to class in sweats, or most commonly, jeans and a t-shirt. Most students come from middle income families who are taking out loans to make their way through the college years.
The Best Things
the educational experience, greek life.
The Worst Things