Trying to get to my first class! There were several processes that I was not familiar with and I wish they would have told me everything I needed in the beginning instead of a few things every week.
None that I can think of.
By far our tuition, it is equivalent to attending and Ivy League University. Just this year I had to sacrafice and take a loan out to pay for this years tuition of $60,000.
One thing I found to be frustrating was the financial aid run around. I found out after applying to the school that due to the fact that I was attending college in the spring semester I would not be eligible for financial aid through the school. That was almost 9,000 dollars in financial aid that I missed out on solely due to the fact that I was coming in the spring semester and not the fall.
It is to be expected from a private school, but the tuition is extremely expensive. I almost had to leave the school due to a lack of funds.
Also, there is no direct path to anywhere on campus, you always have to go around other buildings to get somewhere, that IS a little frustrating, but other than that, it's pretty good.
Getting the riddle run around. Every office sends you to another office and then back to the same office that you started with. Its insane how then can waste time and money this way, I would really like to move on with my day and get my issue corrected quickly.
Too expensive. I don't know how I'm going to pay back all of the loans.
Sometimes the school will hinder some operations made by some clubs and organizations.
The housing department can be frustrating to work with. Can be very slow at times and Dorms still have not been renovated/ rebuilt. Only one section of housing is modernish.
It would be nice to have a bank and a grocery store close to this school.
Sometimes the workload can get pretty big.
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