Sometimes I do not feel like I am being challenged enough. I understand that it is a community college, but I feel that there should be more schools that offer more rigorous academics along with cheaper tuition. I also wish that the financial aid office could be more helpful. That always seems to be my problem each year is getting my finances straight so that I can continue to go to classes. Whenever problems come up I tend to end up with more questions than answers.
The most frustrating thing about my school is they don't have on campus housing. Which means I have to commute to and from school which burns up gas and it burns up money that I don't really have to spend. Also finding parking is a real job you have to drive around the parking lot waiting and hoping someone is leaving class so you can park. I wish I could live on campus and just walk to and from my dorm to my classes and around the campus it would save time.
They dont have the language im looking to learn besides spanish .
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