The most frustrating thing about my school is the low tolerance mindset of many of the students at the university. Because it is a private university there is not a lot of diversity available to open the minds of the students. It is almost as if it is expected that everyone on campus should be white, straight, and christian. It is frustrating to not be able to fit one or all of the criteria that is expected to fit in.
The most frustrating thing about my school would have to be the boy to girl ratio. There are a lot of girls that come to Maryville University for there wide varitey of majors and good education. The boys come for that reason as well, but the university has less majors that interest boys. This is frustrating since you have a lot of girls around, but the drama is surprisingly not high.
people are clicky
Sometimes it can be too demanding of a schedule while being an athlete.
There is nothing frustrating about Maryville. They work with student's any way they can to help them reach their goal.
The homework load is very intense at times.
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