Location - The Front Range of the Rockies!
Too many drunken fraternity members
The environment. Boulder, Colorado is unbeatable! Mountains at your doorstep, over 300 days of sunshine, beautiful big fluffy snowflakes.. .Sunrise hikes after a long night of studying. The...
Cost. It is ungodly expensive for out-of-state students. My advice? emancipate from the parents and get residency. If you can prove that you are financially independent (and have been for over a...
The campus and surrounding area are fantastic--both scenic and inviting.
Nothing is truly bad about the school. The worst thing about the school is the advising service and the advisors, who can be overwhelmed with the number of student cases they have.
Location, Economics Department
"Party school" reputation
Location, campus, and people!
Having separate freshman housing in Will-vill that's considered "On-Campus" but really isn't.
The departments I chose are great (anthropology and religious studies), seeing the mountains as a backdrop everyday (I was half-convinced the mountains/scenery were fake when I first arrived)
The school is a patriarchal business. The best professors are censored, many students attend for the parties rather than the scholarship (I've been in classes with peers who have literally yelled...
The scope of classes.
Student needs to be very independent. The school does not babysit their students.
The diversity of courses and the ability to go up or down in challenge. The surrounding area of Boulder is awesome.
Having to navigate your way around. School assumes you can figure out what you need to do to graduate.
Natural beauty surrounding the campus.
The administration cares very little about common decency and the well being about students' well-being.