The most frustrating thing about my school is that the dorm room are small.
Lack of scholarships for returning adults. No childcare offered on campus.
The most frustrating thing is that certain classes are only offered once a year. This makes it inconvenient for people who need to graduate in December, but have to wait until August. The computers are very outdated and slow. With the tuition we pay, we should be offered better options. Also, over $300 per credit is on the expensive side. I wished the tuition was focused on working students.
One of the most frustating things about my school is how much money it costs to attend. It is a private school so it is a lot more money than regular universities. Another frustating thing about Edgewood is the availability of getting the classes you need to take. This is frustrating especially in the Education courses because there are so many people in this major, but then they only have about 25 seats open and some courses are only offered during one semester.
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