The most frustrating thing about my school is that summer classes cost so much. I'm going for a double major in business and art and possibly a minor in graphic design. I have limited amount of time to fit all of the required classes in my four years here. I would love to take summer courses but can't because of the high cost.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that there isn't alot to do around in the town because its a small town. So your more drawn to do school things, which sometimes isn't the most fun.
The fact that there is hardly anything to do around campus on the weekends, the lack of extracurricular activities, and the FOOD. I feel like we have petitioned to try and change the food service multiple times, and it has never improved. Yikes! That's probably what frustrates me the most, other than having to work extra hard to entertain ourselves on the weekends!
No much social life on campus.
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