I belive that the most frustrating thing about my school is figuring out how you are going to pay for your tuition to stay enrolled in the school.
Hmm.... the only complaint I really have is that it is not closer to where I live. I attend the Philadelphia campus in Melrose Park, and gas prices are higher mor enow than ever.
What can be must frustrating about my school is the inner school politics among the administrators and directors. My school recently became a university and ever since that it has begun to lose its college values that it was originally founded on. The teachers may still be personal but the adminstration is beginning to lose what was most important to them before the switch to university status. I also wish our teachers would put more emphasis on graduate and doctoral studies in which students like my self want to apply for.
The campus is small therefore faculty talk to eachother about the students often and they can make pre-judgements of students when having them in their class.
Roommates can be the most frustrating thing. The only other frustrating thing on campus right now is the parking situation but it will soon be fixed.
How strict it is about anything that goes on in the dorms, and how the people who abuse their power come into your room for anything just to find something to write you up for. You get written up for having a single beer can in your room, and it doesn't matter if you're 21 or not.
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