The campus is very conservative - if you are not a conservative republican, you will probably sit very quietly in the back while others discuss politics unless you want to cause a huge debate. This is not really all that big of a deal unless you are majoring in something such as political science, etc. where discussing such things is required. If the latter is you, good luck. Also, the cafeteria food is horrible but that seems to be the one common theme of every college I have attended.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the town it is located it. It is an incredibly small town, and it does not cater to college students in the least bit. There is no where to shop or eat, or even just hang out. It is about an hour away from a big city, so there is never anything to do. The other frustrating thing is the academics here, because they have very few strong acadmemics programs.
I Will have a fifth year and it will by on my nickel as my parents have other sibs starting college. I will need all the help with scholarship money possible. ANd I have just realized how expensive my fifth year will be. I
The administration seems genuinely want to help the students, but sometimes they make decisions which are deemed poor by many of the students. No organization is perfect.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that sometimes I feel overwhelmed by my workload, however, I've learned that pacing yourself is the best way to approach it.
The most frustrating part is the fact that it is like a small town (since it is a small school), and most everyone knows your business.