The most frustrating thing about school is having to cope with a new environment. Especially, since it is my first year in college, I am paranoid about getting lost on my way to classes, constantly wondering if the professors will like me or even remember my name, worrying about the upcoming tests, midterms and finals. School is fun if you are focused and have your mind set on what you want to major in but it is not the best place to be if you are unsure. The asbolute frustrating thing about school is having to study all the time.
ARC can be very frustrating because it seems like an unenthusiastic high school campus that doesn't enforce a "no smoking" policy near classrooms. I know it is just a community college, but I was hoping for a friendly, open, and inspiring environment. Unfortunately, it is a little dull.
Getting the classes needed. Don't flake. Sign on for classes the day of your registration appointment. Higher level classes fill up faster because so few options are available.
The most frustrating part of my school is how little the professors are paid. They do such an excellent job, and deserve more.