#1 With all of that college tuition money they’re getting, you’d think this college could afford to add an extra layer to their half-ply toilet paper.

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#2 This college thinks it’s OK to mark up their price of chalk by about 1,200%.

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#3 This college charges you to use their silverware.

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#4 And this college didn’t want to charge for silverware, so to save money, they just removed the depth from all of their spoons.

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#5 It may have cost thousands of dollars to get this degree, but this college didn’t even proofread it.

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#6 This college wants to trick you by making their emails look unread with a well-placed emoji.

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#7 On an even crueler note, this college writes the subject of its emails like they’ve accepted you when they really just want to push their free college guide.

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#8 This college makes people pay $150 for this textbook and doesn’t even include a $2 binder for it.

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#9 This college decided to put up rails to purposely block students from taking the shortest path.

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#10 This college absolutely wants you to get clotheslined by hand rails any time you try to venture up this staircase.

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#11 This college wants to fund their students’ ideas, but decided to make the least inspiring, unbeatable maze to use for their ad.

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#12 Despite your expensive college fees and tiny budget, this college FORBIDS you from making popcorn in their extremely precious microwave.

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#13 This college refuses to use email. Instead, they decided it was a good idea to snail mail a username and password for a student to access their assignments.

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#14 This college sets completely unrealistic expectations.

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#15 This college wanted to keep its students hydrated…with non-potable water.

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#16 This college campus made a wheelchair-accessible ramp not wheelchair-accessible.

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Finally, this college campus probably gets an overwhelming amount of positive feedback from this survey, but if you’ll notice, they don’t have any negative options.

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