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.
The most fusterating thing about my school is that budget cuts have eliminated classes and programs, along with counselors. With less counselors it's often hard to obtain needed information.
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.
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