The most frustrating thing about HINU is pre-enrolling. They do not allow you to pre-enroll online. Instead you are required to pick up a orange pre-enrollment sheet from the registrars office and fill it out. You are also required to get your advisor to sign the pre-enrollment form. This task can be a pain because the "advisors" are also teachers with regular class schedules.
I hate that there is not really that much social activities. when you wnat to do something everyone is usually out and a about with school or back home because they live a couple miles away. classes are to short and there needs to be more majoring classes to slect from.
The most frustrating thing about this school is the lack of organization. The process can be very difficult to enroll and get everything needed to succeed.
They don't have night or online classes.
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