The most frustrating thing about my school is I don't have one. I recieved my BS degree in December of 1996 and now I am a 35 year old man extremly frustrated trying to find the right program at the right school. There are so many programs and schools that are available that it feels imposible to narrow them down. Then I have to figure out how to afford it with out limiting my opportunties and finish a program that ends up giving me a degree or certificate that says more than juct class of October.
There are times when there is so much going on in the business offices that you feel as if you are getting the run around and that they are unwilling to cooporate with, so that you are able to get things done. They try to avoid as much possible human contact by using email a little too much.
The Psych department is not what I thought it would be.
I really can not come up with anything. Probably that the food in the cafeteria is quite repetitive.
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