i havent come across my most frustrating thing yet
The organization around campus from the staff.
The most frustrating thing at my school is dealing with housing in terms of no visitation of the opposit sex as well as room checks. I believe as a student we should be alloted more privacy in living quarters than we are currently.
The most frustrating thing to me about Benedict College is the financial aid department it took them 6 days to get me cleared during the registration process.
The most frustrating thing about school would be the financial aspect and having the mone to afford college and having a 1 year old. The amount of money that I have to pay for school is very limited.
Frustration is a misunderstanding when talking about Benedict College. Although schools has their ups and downs, it is completely based from the students' perspective. I say the best way to detour frustration at a school of interest is to get to know it better. Find out what you are wanting to receive, as far as knowledge, and do not go in an environment blind. As a student inspiring leader, we seek opinions from our students and promise an effort to accommodate everyone's needs at Benedict College and we prefer criticism to allow growth in our family at this institution.
The most frustrating thing about Benedict is the disorganization, and how most of the computers don't work.
The lack of places to study other than your room and the lack of resources in the library (i.e periodicals, or books more recent than the 80's or 90's).
The most frustrating thing about my school is that we are always having computer problems. There are not enough properly working computers on campus. Most of the work we recieve from our teachers has to be submitted on blackbloard. It is hard for those who do not own a labtop to turn in work on time because the internet is always down and the computer labs are always full. This affects alot of students grades. I was forced to purchase a labtop in fear of the effect it would have on my grades.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the cafeteria schedule. The schedule is ludacris, some kids barely get to eat because they close too early and sometimes they stop serving if some kids act like little children.
The most frustrating thing about my school happens to be it's tuition.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that sometimes they do not respond back as quickly as they should.
they always want money it never fells.
The most frustrating thing about Benedict College is registration week. The waiting in line sometimes seem to be overwhelming. It gets fustrating because you could honestly stand in line for hours and still not get all your business handled. In situations like this you are forced to return the next day.
as a freshman i had to get used to living on campus...overall the most frustrating thing about my school is living in the dorms....
The most frustating thing is find out that showing up to class and there is no class.
The registration process
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