Discussing important issues (such as student loans, financial aid, transfers, and re-entry) with anyone is near to impossible. I have been given the run-around time and time again. One of the reasons I'm still here is because I never want to have to deal with that kind of horror again.
Lack of fun things to do in the surrounding community
Really I mostly attend online courses, so I could not accurately answer this question.
The most fustrating thing about this school is that some of the dorms/appartments and living areas are closed resulting in some dorms and housing to be more crowded them they could be or should be.
Sometimes the most frustrating part about my school is that there are now not enough living spaces available for the current enrollment that we have coming in.
Just have to struggle with finanical problems.
The lack of a diverse meal plan
Many times the classes that I have needed are not being offered on if they are offered, they are only for a certain semester.
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