The most frustrating thing about my school was having yoga class in a main classroom with a multitude of other academic classes being taught all around us with loud teachers.
The students are treated like children rather than adults. We're constantly talked down to and expected to fail, just because it's a community college.
That I can't get my Bacelors for nursing! I was hoping I could stay local to finish my schooling, but I will have to go out of state or 'cough' up the money to go to a University. I've realized here lately, going to school is not the cheapest.
There is nothing very frustrating about my school. The classes are small and I know all my teachers on a first name basis. I do wish they had some more humanities programs but with a small two year school, I knew they would not have allot of programs that I would be interested in. The most frustrating thing I can think of is that allot of the classes I wish to take are at the same time period everyday and I cannot take as many credits as I would like too.
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