The most frustrating thing for me is as a new student was learning the campus and trying to find out where everything was. I also had a hard time dealing with financia aid. It seemed like no one knew anything regarding student accounts.
distance from my home
The most frustrating thing about my school is the fact that books costed me over nine hundred dollars last semester. Books are so expensive at the school and I usually have to buy new books because they aren't many used ones.
The Presedent. I don't think he understands what this school needs. He is filling the administration of a women's college with conservetive old men. I fear for the future of this university.
The president doesn't necessarily support all he says he's going to. Brenau is rich in traditions that are important to most of the student body. Schrader doesn't respect that. Also. Brenau is a Women's college with satellite schools (making us coed). Traditions and sorority life have always been a big part of the way school is run.
The most furustrating thing about my school is the fact that its an open campus. People can come through freely, walking their dogs, drive through to get to their jobs or houses. I feel same but then again I don't.
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