The most frustrating thing would probably be the difficulty of finding the money to go here. I have always wanted to go here and for a year that has been 100% possible, but I am starting to lose some financial aid because of my parents' incomes. They are divorced, so it makes things difficult. I really want to stay here and complete my degree, instead of having to go to a state school where I have to deal with 10 times as many students.
Sometimes the conservative nature of the school can be a pain. The school is Church of Christ affliated and has many rules which I feel make the school easier to do well in but sometimes you get tired of the conservative rules. We are required to go to chapel twice a week and do service projects to fulfill other chapel credits. I know this is good for me but sometimes it can get old.
The most frustrating thing about Lipscomb University is there are so many ways to serve the community it is impossible to do them all in the time you are there. I do not make decisions quickly and it always took me a long time to decide which service group I was going to go with each week. Sometimes by the time I decided that group was full and I had to choose again.
The most frustrating thing about Lipscomb University is there financial aid department. They say and advertise that they are there to help but sometimes it seems they are there to help drain your pockets... Also PARKING IS CRAZY!!!
The most frustrating thing about my school is the ignorance of the students. Many students feed of f of what their parents believe; which requires little thinking on their part.
The price of tuition is the most frustrating thing about Lipscomb. I have taken out several loans and I continue to struggle with financial stability and affording the school.
The most frustratng thin is the fact that there isn't big sports teams. We have a Division 1 Basketball team and womens Volley Ball team, but we haven't won many games.
You have to earn a certain amount of chapel credits each semester to be able to graduate and it costs so much to go there.
Most students are very sheltered and have never lived in the so-called real world.
The most frustrating part about my school is that it is so far away from home.