There are few frustrating things about FHSU. The only thing that comes to mind is that the financial aid process can be somewhat cumbersome.
Thus far, I do not have any complaints
The distance to be able to attend functions.
There is no parking during the day . Another problem is the Dorms are too expensive for what you get.
That is took so long to get my financial aid situated so I could enroll in this next semester.
The number of parties and drinking.
The most frustrating thing would probably have to be the extremely high cost of books. It seems that we pay a rediculously high amount for books that we hardly ever use. Parking is another issue. It seems like you have to drive around for an hour just to find a spot that isn't four or five blocks away.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the number of students who get drunk every night. The school has a reputation for being a party school. It's getting better, but there is still a lot of drinking.
Not alot of jobs offered in or around campus. It's very hard to find places to work in Hays that work well with your class schedule.
During the summer months, there are not very many students around.
There is nothing that I can say was frustrating.
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