Working full time and going to school full time is my biggest frustration; however, there is nothing that can be done about that.
The most frustrating thing about Crown College is that there are curfews of the main campus as 1am every night, and visiting hours of the opposite sex's buildings are limited. We should be able to hang with friends and on campus anytime we want.
I wish there were more working opportunities or even more clubs or social events.
The most frustrating thing about Crown College is that it is beginning to form a business mind. That is, students are not as focused on as they used to be. It is more about making money than serving the student body.
The most frustrating thing at Crown College is being under educated to the severity of debt that can accumulate over 4 years. Crown's tuition is at average per student $26,000 per year. There is not nearly enough counseling and teaching on debt beforehand and during student learning at Crown to prepare one for the total cost of what one will be paying upon graduation.
Not having a sports program
Not knowing where all my tuition money goes.
hard to afford
It is a little small so everyone knows everyone really well and when you are in a relationship with a boyfriend or girlfriend and you break up EVERYONE knows. It isn't that bad, but still. There really isn't anything that I am frustrated with. I love Crown.
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