I wish they administered the LMS, Sakai better.
The most frustrating the about my school is that we are now transitioning between college and university status. Because of this, many programs and program requirements are changing. At times, not knowing exactly what classes you should and shouldn't take can be rather frustrating.
The most frustrating thing about Johnson University (formally Johnson Bible College) is that the food services has been changing this year. As a result the River Grill dramatically downsized their portions and quality, and the Gally Commons quality also went down. Since being back after Christmas break, however it has been better, but during the fall semester it was frustrating knowing that we pay about $8.00 a meal and dont feel like we got what we paid for in quanitity or quality.
The most frustrating thing is that the It department (computer services) is not always the quickest to help you with computers problems. The internet is provided but when there are problems they are the most prompt on getting them fixed.
The one-sided teaching from the professors.
The Science classes. The profess or is old and a good percentage of students fail his classes. You have to take his classes because they are required and there is only one science professor.
The most frustrating thing about JBC is if you transfer in or out of johnson your credits likely will not transfer to another school (unless you went to another Christian college) and if you transfer in, even your general education classes likely will not transfer as credit at Johnson. I know because I've been there, and I've been playing catch up since I got to the school and will still graduate a semester late.
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