Gettysburg College Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


The lack of social life. It is really difficult to meet new people.


The school is extremely expensive. The financial aid department has been somewhat helpful, but of course it will take a lot of work by the student. Also, the school is improving on the network this next semester, which will hopefully make up for the cumbersome issues it had in the first half of the year.


The most frustrating thing are there are a definite percentage of people who are extrememly closed-minded. The school also seriously lacks diversity and that sometimes makes it difficult for people who are not caucasian. Many of the fraternities are very white washed and are very stereotypical frat boys that can be judgmental and not very kind.


The most frustrating thing about my school is the relationships between the differnt racial and ethnic groups.




The most frustrating thing about my school is that so much of the weekend entertainment involves partying at frats. Sure, it's nice to party once in a while, but it gets old fast and there's not much to do elsewhere.


The most frustrating thing about this school is the way a lot of people think they are better than everyone else because they have more money, or they drive a better car, or their clothes are more expensive. Many people are extremely superficial.