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What's the most frustrating thing about Florida Atlantic University?


The language barrier with some professors has been challenging in some of the math departments.


There are days that i look around me and feel truly alone, i am normally the only kid of color in my class and not may people are willing to talk to me. I can't stand the solitude.


The most frustrating thing about my school are some of the courses that we have to take for our majors. We have pre-requisite courses that we must take and it feels like you are being held back a little bit from what you really want to study as well as knowning how expensive college is, you would rather pay for courses that interest you and that you want to take.




The most frustrating thing about FAU is the fact there's not always a huge focus on education.


The most frustrating thing about my school is how hot it is outside. On just my 2nd day of class I was already about 10 shades darker.


Nothing about my school frustrates me.


Maybe it's because I am new to college, but what I find most frustrating is the way the classrooms are arranged or assigned. I can have a class in one building and then go to a completely different building for another. It's not that we didn't have to do that in high school, but at least the buildings were close together. College campuses are much larger and much harder to navigate.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that it is very large.


Funding. The government cut funding by something like 40 million dollars. It hurts the campus in so many ways. Research projects, scholarships, jobs, staffing, parking etc. Just about everything you do at the campus has been negatively affected by the government. Driving in, parking, walking to class, using the restroom, quality of instructors, classroom supplies... on and on.