The most frustrating thing about Coppin is the people. There is so many people from so many different backgrounds. I came from Bowie, MD and have been all over the world while many of my new friends are from Baltimore and have only been there. It has taken a lot of getting used to but it is a learning experience.
attending this school is like going to a fashion concert. everyone feels the need to come dressed to impress and i think that, that is the most ridiculous thing about this school.
So far there is nothing frustrating.
Financial Aid its not enough to cover expenses.
The most frustating thing at my school is the size. Coppin is so small and your business is not your own so you have to choose your friends very wisely. The areas surronding the school are grim and unpleasant. Also sometimes I think my degree will be worthless from this school and Im just going to graduate and work paycheck to paycheck in an undesired field. There are hardly any scholarships given to returning students for academics and fininacial aid office is a debacle. The campus security sucks.
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