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I love that Ashland has small class sizes. The professors all know you individually and work with you to make sure you are successful during your time there. The advisors are all great about making sure you are staying on track with your course schedule to graduate on time.
I don't like the freshman dorms, they are really old and small.
The only thing I like about Ashland is the knowledge you obtain there. I have had many great classes that have made a huge impact on my life and I am very grateful for them. I also like that is it a small/medium size campus which means classes are more intentional and you have a better connection with the professor and peers.
What I didn't like about Ashland is the food. Most of the time it was the same thing or very greasy foods at the Nest. I didn't like the dorms as they were small and old. You had public bathrooms and in every dorm, no AC and you could never get the heating together. I also dislike that you needed to have special accommodations to live off-campus. In addition to the school environment, because I am a person of color, it was hard for them to adapt their environment and values to fit my needs sometimes. They would listen but no action was being physically put into place.