There are a lot of rules regarding non-class attendance, dress code, and entertainment.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the consistancy of the rules among superiors. Whether it is a Residence Assistant, or one of the Dean of men, some of them care about following the rules to the T and others don't seem to care (to an extent)
The curfew and dresscode
The price... but it costs way less than most colleges.
Sometimes the rules can really become frustrating. There will be a select few that will be very enforcing of the most unnecessary of the rules.
It depends on the person. I am not frustrated at all. I LOVE my school!
Students complaing about the rules. If you knew the rules before you came and decided to come anyway , why would you complain about them?
The most frustrating thing about Bob Jones is it is full of so many activities that it seems that there is no time for yourself. Your day is planned from the time you wake up until you go to bed.
In some of the huge freshman classes you feel more like a number than a person. Some of the basic clases like History of Civilization and orientation are held in a large room that holds several hundred people. On the flip side with classes like Civ. they do end up spliting us up in smaller groups of about 12 for a tutorial class.
It is so expensive and it seems like there is never enough financial aid to go around.
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