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What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


For now I have not experince any frustrating situation in college since is my first semester in Long Island University. I am a tranfer student from a CUNY system at New York City College of Technology . I decided to change because my career path was in the medical field such as Respiratoy Care I had the chance to explore the philosopy or the origin of what a respiratory care specialist do in hospitals. The only thing I could state is that waiting in line just to ask a simple question such as getting a ID can be a pain.


The elevator keep breaking down and malfuntioning. My friend and I were once trapped in the residental hall's elevator for 10 mins. It felt like we were trapped in there for hours. i cried a little bit but when they rescued up i did my hail mary and went to class. I think if we can get those elevators consistanly up and running the res hall wuld be an A on a grading scale.


The most frustrating thing about my school is the professors. It is because there are not a lot of good professors that could really teach. The professors would always give their students a lot of papers and exams. I just hate how they always give so much pressure to the students.


the financial aid office hours


The most frustrating thing about my school is that it is really expensive and the price of tuition goes up every year and i cant afford it.


Not enough activities to do in the dorms on weekends or uninteresting.


it was very small and right in the middle of a very busy city.


im a commuter i commute daily from long island to brooklyn.. it gets hectic and expensive


financial aid


The size.