The most frustrating thing about my school is the work load that has been given to me as a freshman. I first felt that it was more than I could handle, but I am now getting used to it.
Being a full time mother and provider is the most frustrating thing about school. I would like to be able to give more attention to my studies. I have been able to maintain a 3.0 GPA.
The most frustrating things about Christian brother university is the lack of campus activity in and out of the class room. There is literally nothing to do but go to class and go back to your dorm. You can play sports in the gym with friends but a lot of time the administration will not allow you to go in the gym even though you must pay an activity fee. After being here a year: you soon realize that school will be your only focus which might not be a bad thing, depending on the person.
The most frustrating thing at my school is no football, the dorms are not that nice. I strongly just feel like I don't get the full college experience like I would if I went to UT Knoxville.
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