The most frustrating thing was limited job opportunities. Because the college was small, there were not enough jobs for me to get a good chance at getting one. And it was almost impossible to get a job outside of the college because of my hectic class schedule. The only job I ever had on campus was a temporary job at the bookstore due to the holiday rush. It would have been nice to have a permanent job on campus.
Not really anything. The only thing is getting the money up to travel 30 miles one way to school 3 times a week.
Honestly, the most frustrating thing about this school is that it feels like highschool all over again, except I don't have the option to ride a big yellow bus to get there.
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