The most frustrating thing is trying to get good advising about when you can graduate. The advisors do not appear to be well trained, and they all give different, conflicting information.
Meal plans are non-existant, and food choices are limited. Although advising is thorough, it can be tough to get a one on one appointment. Ask very specific questions when meeting with anyone from financial aid or advising - they'll answer your questions, but won't necessarily go above and beyond to offer additional resources/help. Winter and summer quarter class offerings appear to be mostly online or are all scheduled at the same time, which makes creating your schedule difficult.
It would have to be just what i said in the first question, the parking is very frustrating.
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