These schools are similar to University of Toledo in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
80% of students
I like how genuinely the professors want you to succeed, and their willingness to help you do so.
I do not like their call routing. It can be difficult to reach people sometimes.
The campus is kept fairly nice in the spring and early fall semesters.
It is extremely difficult to get a response from advisors or program directors. The cost of tuition seems low but there are fees that are just as much as the tuition.
I like the overall size of the campus, it is rather large with plenty of areas to sit and study.
The parking lots are limited, few, and far from buildings on campus. They tore down the garages, which has made it even worse.
The University of Toledo is the perfect mid-sized college with a lot of social life. It has something for everyone and its academics are amazing.
Price of housing.
What I like about UT is that it gives many opportunities for its students to succeed. It also allows you to explore your career through many co-op and internship opportunities.
I don't like the fact that the dining hall's food is not the best and most of the time garbage. And the meal is around 2000 dollars.