I would have to say the most frustrating thing about my school is the cost to attend. The cost of tution is quite costly which causes me to be concerned financially. Also, it would be nice if the food in the cafeteria was healthy and somewhat appetizing. There is no variety either which is very disappointing.
The drama. Because DC is such a small school, everyone knows everyone, and this means that there are inevitably those busy bodies who stick their noses where they shouldn't. This makes for an environment that people compare to high school. I am willing to deal with the problems of a small school, in order to get the one on one atmosphere. Plus, because it is so small, I have a lot of friends. So I am ok with the drama
The selection of food is not that great.
Somethimes professors teach to a level much higher than necessary for selected major
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