Once you are accepted and have your first semester behind you they tend to leave you to fend for yourself and don't seem as willing to provide help. At least not the go-out-of-thier-way maner that you had when you first attend. Also the inconsistence of information given in the Advising office & financial aid is a big problem, I often found myself having to fact check what was being told to me or just left confused, so come with questions & information in hand or you can easily get led astray.
I came into Klein when I was a sophomore, at that time I lost the opportunity to get into certain programs which would help me after high school. They offered child care, cosmetology, and a few other useful programs. They all had durations of four years. I came from a small school which didn't have this available. I lost that opportunity.
The parking is definatly the worst. There are so many students and not enough parking. It can take up to 10, 15, 20 min sometimes to find parking. One must leave extra early from home to find a spot and get to class on time. Also i wish the school had more organizations. There are a few sport and hobby clubs but not many.
Finding a good, and close parking spot may be the most frustrating thing about LoneStar College. Because of their great reputation the schools continue to grow and students continue to flood the parking lots making it hard to find a nice close spot.
the most frustrating thing is, trying to get into the counselors office. they tell you they will call you or even to wait in the lobby but not even get to you for a few hours and when they say they will call you back, it seems to never happen.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the location. I have to go through traffic to get there. I hate traffic.
My courses are online and sometimes communication breaks down.
Walking distance from parking lot to getting my class