Its not to much that is bad about it other than the tuituion fees I really need the money because I come from a single parent home and my mother isn't bringing in a lot of money so I need this.
The most frustrating thing about Lander is that you have to walk a little far to get to your classes.
Geting up eary to fo to classes
The most frustrating thing about my school would have to be financial aid. The timing is so behind.
The most frustrating thing about Lander is the the fact that the buildings close at 11pm most nights. The library doesn't have great hours, even during exam week and leaves students to find their own place to study.
It is difficult to get straight answeres out of administrators. It seems as though no one quite knows where to send you or who to talk to when you have a question. Going to any office to ask for advice usually ends in what I call "office ping-pong," where you are sent from office to office and administrator to administrator because no one has a clue where to send you to have your questions answered. It's very frustrating and takes up a lot of time.
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