The most frustrating thing about my school is that is far away from my house and I wish it could be closer.
I personally have not experienced a frustrating event which I could not get resolved almost immediately. All of the faculty, staff, and students that I have encountered have been very helpful and friendly. The academic advisors and professors are very knowledgable. There are also research and volunteer opportunities at the school to help advance your career and improve your applications. If you have a suggestion or need help, the faculty is always ready to listen and help. That is what I personally love about this school!
The most frustrating thing about my school is the financial aid office and never being able to get a straight answer from one person. Im always having to visit and go different places to get the answer to one question.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that because it focuses on health-related careers, it fails to offer a variety of electives. Besides medicine, language is my passion. I am already fluent in Spanish, so I would love to take some courses in French and Latin, and hopefully travel to Spain and France over the summer of my sophomore year to improve my dialect.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the cost. It is very expensive.
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