The most frustrating thing about our school is registration lines other than that nothing.
The most frustrating thing about Bennett is getting used to the campus, but thats just about any campus.
The most fustrating thing about bennett college for women, is that some students are financially stable, and bennett college faculty should be mmore flexible and willing to work with the students and their students, on this issue.
Before we got our new recreation field, I was frustrated because we really did not have sports or a place we can just work out if we wanted to.
The most frustrating thing is the dorms. I'm used to a bigger living space without a roomate so I find that very difficult. Also I've heard that financial Aid is not as profficent as students would like it to be. This hasn't affected me personally, excpet for the FAFSA that doesn't give me any aid. Finally, our school isnt as funded as other universities, so there are facilities/equipment that aren't so up to date.
There is nothing frustrating about my school because the staff and students here care and they are extremely successful. If there is something that we want as far as extra-curricular activities the staff makes that happen. The students here receive a very good education that leads/will lead them to a promising career.
The lack of classes on campus needed to graduate. Next semester I will be taking classes at Bennett, NC A&T, and UNCG because Bennett doesn't have the courses needed for me to graduate. So most likely I will be in college for more than 4 years (which was not planned).
The most frustrating thing about my school is that faculty does not like listening to what the students have to say about the school. It takes forever for things to established and done internally in the school. I wish the faculty would listen to the students more.
I would say going through the clearing process.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the fact that the science facilities are not up to date.
My school is unorganized.
The lack of concern for students opinons.
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