- Class: Sophomore
- Major: Criminal Justice
- Gender: F
- High School: Advanced Technologies Academy
- Transfer Student: N
The thing I would like to change are the older building structures, some of them are soo ridiculously undermaintained that there are leaks in the building, the bathrooms are digusting, and it just isn't to date with things (especially the BEH bathrooms). Well, when i tell people to go to UNLV at least they give me good comments that I go to a University and how I'm continue on with my education. But coming from an Asian ethnic background, some people are just like "why not some where else"? I do spend most of my time in the MSU, there's food and friends.
I doubt any of my professors know my name except for one who was my Eng 232 instructor. However, I do believe that we have intellectual conversations outside of class. Its really fun to implement some concepts taught in class and break it down in present-day situations. Major/Department I do not spend time with my professors outside of class. I do beieve that the education is geared toward getting a job when you start to go further into your major. The academic requirements are still a little bit vague when it comes to general course credits.
There is a variety of students who come from different backgroungs. However, I do know that most students wear casual clothes to class. I would say they wear more laid back, pac sun & abercrombie and fitch stuff. However, there are also those who dont dress like those people and more into trendy things. But one thing that everyone wears is flip flops. Not all the students interact with each other. Most UNLV students are instate resident. Sometimes they go because they really enjoy the school, but one of the main problem is affording a college education. Most students I would say come from a lower-middle class family/status because some live on their own with no assistance or their family has other oblications they must attend to. I think that students are politically active because what happens in the government now, will affect us inthe future.
The Best Things
It's location is easy to get to.
The Worst Things
The parking situation is totally ridiculous. If UNLV want us to succeed, why do they have events that make it impossible to find parking when class is in session?