The most fustrating thing about my school so far is having plenty of activities to get into, but not having the time.
The one of the most fustrating thing about FSU my first year, was not having a car. I really couldnt go anywhere on my oen. Another was geting used to how things work in college, meaning the classes professors, and getting used to campus life.
Somtimes the class size can be too big.
The most frustrating thing about my school is financial aid telling me last minute that they took away one of my grants and now I have to pay $2000.
the most frustrating thing about my school is the lack of school spirit, i believe if the campus life was more exciting than it would motivate me a lot more than i already am. the students take this opportunity and do nothing with it, when we should be celebrating the fact that we are able to attend the wonderful university of FSU .
Trying to find some type of work around campus. I do not have a car and it is hard to get a job here at my school. I really need money personally and educational wise. That usually stresses me out when I am unable to work for myself because I do not like always asking my mother for money.
GETTING THE CLASSES I NEED
Getting all the classes that I need on the semester that I need them.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the Finicial Aid offices.
The fact that some people are narrow minded
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