The most frustrating thing about attending a community college is the reputation community colleges have as schools for slackers or less competent students. I graduated from high school with over a 4.0 GPA, and though I could easily have been accepted into four-year universities, I chose to attend a local community college to save money and better figure out my academic goals. The smaller class options are frustrating also, but spending time at a community college has helped me refine the choices of classes I really want to take when I transfer.
The most frustrating thing about DVC is its lack of classes. Many of the classes I need are either too full or do not fit into my schedule. It would be nice to have more classes available at more times. However, it is not always possible.
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