Cazenovia College Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


I am a transfer student from a 2 year institution having recieved an associates degree, so I find it a bit frustrating that I don't feel as challenged and am not as busy as I used to be. The school is great otherwise, and I am learning new things, but sometimes I wonder why I am continuing because I have already covered a lot of the information, just not in as much detail.


The most frustrating thing about my school is the amount of money that it cost to attend. Although it is a very good school, at times I feel like transferring because of the struggle that I am going through in order to pay my tuition. Although financial aid is helping me to pay for school, the amount of money that I have to pay myself is more than I can afford. However, I am determined to stay in school and overcome this struggle by applying to as many scholarships as I can.


The most frustrating thing is the lack of boys on campus. Especially mature boys. This school is predominantl women by nature. The social events are also very weak because of the lack of school participation.


The school is like living in a small town. Everyone knows everything about everyone else.


Classes fill up quickly, and its hard to get in the classes you want because there are a few spots open.


The small size of the school lends itself to a lot more drama and gossipping about people.


Because it's so small its resources are limited and alot of work towards finding a job, study abroad, independent study, etc falls on the shoulders of the student interested.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that it is such a small community that only allows you to be able to be as diverse as the community itself. I would like to be able to take in as much diversity as possible before moving out into the real world.




I think that the most frustrating thing about cazenovia would be getting used to the size of the school at the beginning of the freshman year. The school being so small gives such support and teamwork within the entire class that it feels like a home away from home within the first couple weeks.