Armstrong State University Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


The most frustrating thing I have to say are the younger students. The students that have just graduated high school. I had a class mate actually ask if there was going to be homework in one of the classes. That told me they were going to do the bare minimum to pass the class. As long as they dont interfere with my grade, then Ill be okay. But that bothered me a lot. I hope I dont have to do a group project with that person.


The most frustrating thing is financial aid. They are very disorganized. They move very slowly.


The most frustrating thing about the school is the bookstore. It seems like every time i go in there for something they do NOT have it and then when they order it and it finally gets here the semester is almost over with anyways! it gets aggrivating!


The most frustrating thing about my school is the whole financial aid process. It really takes a toll on students making sure they have enough money to attend school and make sure ones classes dont get drop.


Even taking 12 hours worth of courses as the minimum in order to be considered a full time student, the work load can get pretty heavy. In an attempt to save the few scraps I have of leisure time, I find it to be increasingly difficult to stay determined. But I remind myself of not only where good grades got me (as in a position in my school's Honors Society), but of where I want them to take me, and that destination is a future with no closed doors.


The most frustrating thing about AASU is the financial aid. It has been a challenege for me to keep my aid up to date and to manage to pay for schooling. The thing is though, most four year colleges will have that same issue with their students I am sure!


The only complaint I really have about Armstrong Atlantic State University is the lack of closeness with faculty and staff. It is hard to get one on one time.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that the amount of students that are able to take a class. It is limited.


I transfered to Armstrong and the most frustrating thing about this school is the disorganization with the admissions/registration office. My transcripts were not put in the system in a timely manner which made advisemant and registration difficult. Also, if you transfer, the classes needed to finish a degree are set up in mind for non-transfer students. Many conflicts with class times and unavailable classes.


The single most frustating part about this school is how quickly classes begin to fill up, and having to attain a token to register for classes even after checking with your student advisor. Although I understand the process of attendance verification, this is a big inconvenience to the student body as a whole.


The most frustrating thing about my school is something not un-common to all schools: sometimes students can be very rude or immature


The financial aid office makes it very difficult to commmunicate with.


The combined graduate and undergraduate classes.


Financial Aid office, they need more people since the recent influx of students. It takes a while for aid to be posted on your account.