Paying for it is the biggest issue.
the most frustrating thing i would have to say about my school would have to be the financial aid office. In there some of the people may know what they are doing and then some don't. I get frustrated when i go in there and have to do 50 million things just to get one simple paper done. Then there are times when they will tell you need a certain paper and when you turn it in its not even the right paper so you have to do it all over again.
The only thing that I could say frustrates me is the selection of classes offered in the evenings. I would like to see more variety.
At a university, it may be difficult for an incoming freshman to get used to the way classes are set up or the amount of people assigned to one class. As a college student you have to really strive for your grades, and literally hustle to get a great seat to understand and listen carefully to the professor. Nothing is easily handed to collegiates and there is no hand book on how to survive the college experience. This was my most frustrating situation and the pivotal point of weeding out, who wants to be there.
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