Learning where all the buildings are and remember which classes you have on those certain days
The expense. The way it's dead on the weekends.
The most frustrating thing about Gardner-Webb is the small town in which it is located. There is only one stoplight and about five restaurants. Life on and off campus can become a little bit monotonous because there is only so much you can do in a little town of 3000 people. You must leave campus in order to live the life of a student at a larger school.
I think the most frustrating thing about my school, is not directly related to my school, but it's environment. It took me awhile to adjust to a new culture completely different from my home as well as the weather. However, overtime as I learned to adjust, these frustrations decreased. Overall, there are no major frustration directly associated with the school. Other than these, the only frustration I endure is having a professor in the department of my studies who I feel who is not healthy for our department, who several other people within this department agree .
The most frustrating thing about my school is it is small and quiet so gossip seems to be a problem. If you do not want the entie school to know something then you better not tell anyone. Gossip you would think is between girls mainly but alot of guys create it when they are competing for a girls attention.
The most frustrating thing about Gardner-Webb is that quite often, we feel like we are paying way too much for what we are given. Financial aid is available, but not quite to the extent that most students need. It is frustrating to have a lot of student loans.
Not having enough time to study
Expensive. Yet, the money is worth the benefits.
Just sometimes there is pressure from family to do well, and to make grades they think is acceptable compared to what you think you should deserve. My parents don't realize how hard college can be soemtimes.
Nothing. Everything is just like I had hoped.
Trying to get financial aid straight.
I need one specific class to graduate and for the last year I've only seen it available once. I just hope it's available Fall 2009 semester.
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