The most frustrating thing about my school is you have a room wants her way and there no comparemise can be ment. Aothere is you need to know if you are able to stay in your apartment. The day that classes start.
There aren't really a lot of on campus activities for non residential students. If you really want to get involved in on campus events I would suggest living on campus. We don't have many clubs or organizations. There are some groups organized specifically to your program but it depends on your choice of program if their will be a group for yours or not.
I would have to say that the price tag of my school is the most frustrating, especially when you go for help in how to pay and all they tell you is "Take out a loans...LOANS!LOANS!LOANS!" or "I'm sorr, but our hands are tied..."
As a preson that is over 50 years old the excelatrated classes it a lot to learn in ten weeks
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