It doesn't have a team for my sport.
I am not sure--will be a new student when the semester starts
The most frustrating thing about my school is the classes it offers some are offered only once or twice and are impossible to fit into my schedule. Continuing with that it's frustrating that to get into some levels you have to take a computer test to see where you stand. Due to that test i ended up taking two lower level classes that i could of slept through and passed. Along with being lower level those classes are unable to transfer to a four year university.
The most frustrating thing about attending Kalamazoo Community College is having to deal with the extremely rude Registration and Financial Aid office workers. They are there to help out KVCC students but seem to just want to get paid and be done with the day. That is why I am going into business, so I can make a change in customer service.
The most frustrating thing about my school is how the professors sometimes require the student to buy these "unbound" books, saying that they are saving us money, where they really aren't. At the end of the semester the bookstore at the college won't buy back this "unbound" book and now I'm out a lot of money.
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