Centenary College is a warm, family oriented community. To some that environment can become frustrating if said student is looking for a bigger, less community school. In my eyes Centenary College is a perfect school for me because those are qualities I looked for when choosing what school I would like to attend. Centenary is a great school, but with every school you have to make sure it is what you.
That there is nothing to do and the classes are very drawn out.
It is a very expensive private school. I love Centenary College, but it seems unaffordable for some.
The most frustrating thing about my school would be that, though there are a lot of activies offered it is hard to get involed as a freshmen unless you are outgoing or you are doing it with a bunch of other people. It depends on what the student wants to get out of the colleg, but generally there is nothing that makes me that frustrated.
All the rules in the dorms, like you are a child
It helps a lot if you have a car because if you don't you'll have to rely on someone else, or taxis, or the bus that stops running early.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the food schedule. There are only certain times during the day that we are allowed to go and eat. The weekends are the worst by far, there are only two times out of the day to eat. Dinner is only one hour long and lunch is 2 hours.
Financial Aid is slow to recognize loans that are waiting in the system which can delay registration and cause you to lose courses needed for graduation
The Parking, becasue they are doing construction so there is a lack of parking spaces.
Having the Business office treat you like you are a little kid.
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