County workers installed a new ramp outside of Door 3 last week to meet standards for handicap accessibility.
According to administration, workers built the ramp granting access to campus from Marshall Drive replaced a small set of stairs so the entrance could be handicap accessible.
But, students said they questioned the ramp’s effectiveness because instead of easing access, it increases walking distance and can cause minor traffic jams.
“It’s kind of inefficient to have to walk all that way, but I understand why we need [it],” freshman Max Weiner said.
Though the additional length is something people will have to get used to, federal law mandates accessibility to allow disabled-student inclusion.