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I liked the campus. It is beautiful, especially in the springtime when everything is blooming.
The line to get something to eat at DSU is very long and the food right now is not as good as it has been in the past.
I liked the people, both students, and professors. I always found the professors in the science department to be super helpful. They were always willing to work with me.
We need more food options on the other side of campus, they are all in one general area.
The military student services are a great resource for veterans and are very happy to help you with anything they can.
The university forces all full-time students to pay for a flex meal plan, even if they are in their 30s, married, and have their own home.
There are many opportunities at WKU, I believe every student and every major/minor is treated equally. To the staff, there is no degree better than the next. They all want everyone to succeed.
My classes have been spread out and when you consider "the hill" on campus it can be very tiresome, but there are buses available and several bus stops on campus and the buses run every few minutes.
Western Kentucky has an amazing campus experience along with several resources for students to easily access and help them excel in their time at the university!
I don't have anything that specifically comes to mind!
I have loved the experience here at WKU. Tutors and academic help are almost always available, (most of) the professors are very kind and understanding, and it's been the perfect environment to grow spiritually and socially. The food is not the best in all honesty, but it could be worse. It's available at least.
Be aware that some professors are mean. That's just how college is. Also, be aware that the dorms can have mold, so report that to house and residence life right away. That's really it. Also if you like eating healthy, be prepared to buy groceries.