The most frustrating thing is getting all the classes you need to graduate. It seems that they offer all lower level classes when I need upper level maths and sciences. I know that Caldwell County has had many layoffs and this results with older workers coming back to school, but hire more teachers. It isn't like the school is having a shortage of money seeing that more students are paying tution.
All the classes I had to take before I was able to transfer to a 4-year college or university. Sometimes it felt that no m,atter how much class I've token at the college, it just wasn't enough.
Because of job lay offs there is so many more people, and its very hard to find a parking place no matter what time of day you're there. This happens Monday thru Friday.