The most frustrating thing about my school is that I'm unable to attend on campus as it's so far away. The online courses are excellent but it doesn't give you the same thrill as attending the University itself. I wish that my university offered more scholarship opportunities for students such as myself. Attending full time and on campus is a dream I still own and hopefully ...will have the opportunity to pursue in the future.. With the availability of scholarships such as yours, my dreams still have wings.
Unlike traditional schools, Capella University becomes your entire life. If you want to excel at this University, then you better be prepared to perform tons and tons of research. The courses are very time consuming, extremely high level, and you can never slack off. This is frustrating but I came to school to get educated and Capella University does a perfect job of doing just that.
I tend too over annualize or think about a problem or situation before taking the inititative to tackle a project. I also second guess my decisions at times because I want to make sure that I am doing the right things for my family and I. I appreciate some of the simpliest things in life, so being aggeressive or creative is something that I need to work at.
thenew iguide HAS CAUSED MY GRADEs from 4.0 for the last year there to a 3.0 or so, because of the waste of time trying to figure things out and find posts or figure out if my material went though correctly, I waste so much extra time and it causes much stress, frustration and at times late Work! Lynn Athans (email@example.com)
I don't think there is anything in particular that really stands out as frustrating to me about my school. If I had to pick something though, I would probably say financial aid. I am a single working mother, and it's hard to pay for school. Sometimes I wish there was more out there for me to receive.
I attended UTA for part of my undergraduate, and what I found to be the most frusterating is the fact that, even though the Degree that I received from them in Sociology did not result in any job offers, the Alumni Association will not stop hounding me for donations (going on five years now)!
What I find most frustrating is the amount of time it takes for the financial aide to appear in my account and the automatic emails I receive regarding payments each quarter though the department is aware of my receiving financial aide to help me with tuition and courses.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the first time learning experience of blackboard. It took me a couple of days to be able to fully navigate thourgh the menus properly and efficiently.
So far getting access to the Financial Aid application has been a bit of a headache. Other than that I've not had any real issues.
The home page website does not arrow backwards and their are several pop up as I sign on which are annoying.