I feel the most frustrating thing is people not genuinely being concerned with your education. I feel the staff, for the most part, are overwhelmed with the amount of students they are required to meet with. The lack of one on one concern is the most frustrating part of attending Cincinnati State.
The most frustrating thing about the school is parking on main campus is five dollars unless you have a surge card with parking activiated on it. I think this is rediculas especially if all I need to do at main campus is purchase books, I shouldnt have to pay five dollars to park for twenty minutes!
The college I chose is very conducive to my educational needs, so I would say the only thing I really struggled with was finding my way around campus. The maps that are posted around campus are very vague and are all upside down. Also there are beautiful landscaping stuctures and what feels like a million flights of stairs to climb to get anywhere. I feel like maybe I should just take a day to walk around and figure it all out.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the finanical aid office. The line are so long, and just to get in there just to talk to somebody take all day. Another thing that frustrate me is trying to find oyu guidance counsular, but other than that my school is pretty cool.
I like my school. I get along well with my classmates and faculty. Sometimes I have minor conflicts with the staff or students. This is expected anywhere you go.
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