The most frustrating thing is that when you try to get information to do something for certain things there isn't enough information available.
The most frustrating thing about school to me is paying of tuition. I've been struggling with financial issues since school has started. My school is very helpful in trying to help with my school balance. I'm in my second sememster of freshman year and i still have a balance, in which I'm trying to pay off by the end of the year.
The most irritating thing about Jarvis Christian College is its lack of urgency: in education and the class room, in security, in planning and record keeping, and in the overall careless attitudenof students and teachers as well. Students dont actively participating in class. Course work is almost junior high level, with homework being xeroxed handouts that are definition matches and nearly all finals are multiple choice tests. NO BUILDINGS HAVE ALARMS AND THE CAMPUS IS NOT WELL LIGHTED. Faculty often looses important documents and money.Teachers dont believe in students. HIGH CRIME RATE.
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