Report: Muh Fachrizal
The Student of Communication Department of Unismuh Makassar
UNISMUH – Since I started studying at Unismuh Makassar, I thought Student Mall of Balai Sidang Unismuh Makassar was one of the malls in Makassar because the name was only Student Mall.
As time goes by day to day my eyesight Student Mall is just ordinary maybe the factor is often.
Also, there is a mosque and also a fairly clean toilet, there are print and photocopying facilities to help students in the learning process.
This was stated by the student of the Accounting Bachelor Program in the Faculty of Economics and Business of Unismuh Makassar, Asriani to the media on campus (01/21/2020).
She explained that the location within the campus area was easier to access than having to leave campus.
The existence of Balai Sidang Unismuh Makassar may of 90 percent of students feel comfortable even very comfortable because one of the student hangouts is a refreshing and even a place of work for students.
Related to the existing facilities are still incomplete, such as chairs because there are so many restrictions, lack of fans also so that visitors feel hot, said this 2017 class of students.
Services for traders are quite pleasant, but as a suggestion, there may be a need for air conditioning or at least a fan.
Because when crowded, the atmosphere inside is very hot and hot.
In addition, it is also sometimes difficult to get an empty table when it is busy, said the student born in Sinjai.
There are two impacts of the Balai Sidang: positive and negative impacts.
The positive impact is that students do not need to be too far away for snacks so that they save money, energy and are the only place closest to the Makassar Unismuh Makassar Campus.
The negative impact is that many students make a place to skip courses and also cause consumptive behavior for students, especially female students, said the alumni of SMAN 4 Sinjai
She hoped in the future that the facilities which were still lacking would be immediately presented, as well as strict control during the prayer hour, because sometimes there were still many students hanging out even though they had entered the prayer time.