The emphesis on sports and related activities isn't there. We have an amazing vollyball team but no one would ever know because they don't advertise it or make it known when games and events are. More emphasis on the sports teams we do have would be nice.
There is a lack ofresources during the admission process
The most frustrating thing about my school is that i am only allowed a maximum of 21 credits per semester. I wish i had more time to attend more classes and learn more from their wonderful program.
The most frustrating part about my school is the fact that we do not have many traditional college events, such as homecoming or football games to attend.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the cafeteria because they are not helpful at all.
A lot of work but I know it will be worth it.
The misconception other people have that it is an easy school with easy programs because it is fashion based. The truth is it is highly competitive and just as work based as any other college or university.
Having to go from office to office and getting several different answers for one question. FIT seems to make things more complicated then they need to be.
Many of the students are over the top with their views and opinions. They can seem very cocky and self-centered.
Lots of girls. Course work can get tough at times. Sometimes seems like teachers pile all the work on students at the same time.
Workload is HUGE for design majors....expect many sleepless nights and there is no way to get around it, the early bird catches the worm does not even apply here.
Commuting every day from queens to the city.
the adimastrative run around
No one is open to making new friends, there aren't really any on campus parties / school spirit everyone mostly hangs at clubs and bars.
Not enough campus student involvement. I am very involved and not enough students come to events.
The number of classes required at one time and the disorganization of the administration.
It is really hard to meet people. there are no campus parties and housing is hard to afford.
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