Allen University '13
Majoring in Religion
Member since 5/31/2011
OUR CAFETERIA SHOULD BE NAMED DIVERSITY – The dining facilities are always clean and you have enough of a concientious staff to make sure that everyone gets waited on in a timely fashion. There may be some long lines at times,however they do not last long.
The food is magnificent, but you must consider that the writer of this review is an Adult. The Food consists, and I will categorize here: Cold cuts with plenty of lettuce and tomatoes and pickles; a salad bar; beverages of many kinds, both hot and col; pizza corner; fast food bar with chicken(baked,barbequed and sometimes fried), french fries, wonderful main courses which consist of many and varied vegetables, different types of rice dishes,lean meats, soups, potatoes, and just about anything a person could want. There is also fresh fruit in season. Oh yes and one more thing, desert(cakes and pies).
So you see why I stated the Cafeteria should be named Diversity or maybe even Diverse City!!
The computer lab always has some students there, I will venture to say that even on the weekends you will find students in the computer lab.
The equipment is fast and reliable and if there is a problem of any kind there is always personnel on hand to help you. We could always use more computers. We have many diligent students. The only reason that I don't give an A+ is that the computer Labs close to early and not open seven days a week.
I live in my own home @200miles from Allen University.I am also an Independent Adult student which makes all the difference in the world. Just due to distance, there is a time factor involved (leaving home, returning to home). Not convenient, but necessary. I am a member of the African American Episcopal Church. I am not now, nor at anytime,have I been the only student with the distance problem. But we do what we must!!
The school's off-campus housing facilities are not an issue here. Since I am only on campus on the weekends I have no idea what the policies are,or where students are living, or how convenient the commute is for other students.
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