The most frustrating thing about my school was the limited number of electives I was able to take. This mostly came because of my schedule that had limited flexibility due to program and state certification programs. I especially liked taking PE and Dance classes as an elective but that were almost always offered at the same time as the education classes. Not being able to take a second dance class did however have me taking tennis, a class I would never have tried otherwise.
That's easy- There were no undergraduate males at the school! :)
There is nothing frustrating about the school. I love Converse College.
The male guest visitation hours, and such few things to do on the weekends.
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