Indian River State College Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


Some of the clinical sites accociated with the nursing program are far away from the school and my home, so the traveling distance and time puts a strain on students in the program.


Some teachers are not particularly good but this is nearly every college.


At the Saint Lucie West campus, the police officers and security guards strictly enforce the 10 MPH speed limit and recently installed poorly designed speed bumps that I fear will damage my car's suspension.


The most frustrating thing about my school is my instructors. Some of my instructors are great, but some of them are aweful! It is a hit-or-miss if I am going to have a good professor.


For me personally, it is the lack of a jazz percussion department at my school.


It does not have enough classes.


I would say that the most frustrating thing about my school is that there is no football team, so there is no unity among students.


Corses that I need are only offered during the day and not at night.


Not too much bothers me at my school, if I had to choose something other than the high fees, I would say the parking lot needs to have more spaces.


I do not find anything frustrating about my school.


So far, my experience at the college has been really good. Everytime I have talked to an advisor, they have been there for me, and they have provided me with the information that I need. They have helped me with my career decisions and have gone over everything that I need to know in order to achieve my goals.