The most frustrating thing about the school that I attend is when all my professors assign tests and papers at the same time. It gets pretty stressful.
The financial aid office
the cops always patrolling, watching, and pulling people over. Even if your not doing anything wrong you get nervous.
The most frustrating thing about Bridgewater would be the space in the actuall dorm rooms to study is too small.
I have not yet experiecned or had a frustrated moment at Bridgewater State College, that i could not go to my advisor or professor for.
Parking and leaving/getting to campus. There is limited parking and it is a small town so getting to and from campus takes some patients.
The most frustrating thing would have to be registering for classes, especially core classes. The core classes always have the least amount of classes available so by the time you get to register, most of them are full and you end up with the one you did not want. Also it goes by grade level, which honestly is not fair because the upper classmen can easily take classes the underclassmen need to have taken by say the end of their sophomore year and now they cant because of the upper classmen taking the slots.
There isn't much to do outside of school if it's hard for you to sit still
parking, especially over night parking because there is only one parking lot where people who are spending the night can park.
The most frustrating thing about school for me is financial aid.
The most frustating thing is to get counseling for each semester's classes.
Obtaining housing, obtaining financial aid, dining halls close early.
i have a problem with houseing this semester, there are new building being made but i am currentlly having a hard time to find houseing
Housing situation when there are to many students who want to live on campus.
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