To be honest i really dont their is a frustrating thing about my school. I love everything about my University, i have no complaints.
They don't offer aid to transfer students, that of which i am so financially i don't even know if I'll be able to attend this fall which kind of sucks for the most part. I'm going to continue to grind hard and pray to GOD that something works out, my future as well as the future of my family relies heavily on it in all honesty.
The most frustrating thing about my college is tryin to get in the classes that I really need. Because the lack of professors, I often have to take classes that I really don't need and that becomes frustrating because that prolonging my stay here.
The most frustrating thing is when I have gaps between my classes. I don't live on campus because I cannot afford it so when I have an hour or right now I have a 3 hour break between my classes, I just have to sit on campus and wait for my class to start.
I think that the most frustrating thing is that there is not always a good gender/race mix so there are not many discussions that are completely well rounded.
The most frustrating thing fomr me is the timeframe in which work is graded. Your grades are the one thing that show you how you are progressing over the class. When a teacher is behind two and three test, and two papers behind. It makes it hard to judge how your doing in the class, and if your not doing good, what areas you need to improve in.
The price of books.
The most frustrating thing about my school would have to be the professors planning exams for the same day. I believe that when the professors do that it adds a little more stress on the indivdual because you are trying not to spend to much time studying for one exam more than the other.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the campus security officers they are a bit ridiculous in their actions toward students. They assume that every student coming onto campus could be doing something wrong. Another thing that is frustrating is the lack of school spirit even though we are a small school I wish the students that we do have would take more interest into their school sports teams.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the condition of Founder's Hall. Founder's Hall is the primary Humanities building, and is very old and not well taken care of. The Nursing Building, Leatherman Science Building, and the Arts building are all new, but Founder's Hall is falling apart.
Nothing as frustrated me so far over 3 years.
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