They never tell you anything about how much money you need to live, learn, and survive on campus.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the quality of the freshman dormitories. Dormitories are assigned according to year status and GPA, therefore all assignments are fair; however, the women's and men's freshman dorm buildings are some of the older on campus, and the rooms are very strangely laid out. The bathrooms have extremely old doors, and occasionally the plumping will clog and the showers do not work. Also, the heating system is sporadic. Therefore...I say deal with it for a year, then transfer to the suites! The pain for your freshman year is worth it.
The most frustrating thing about Millsaps is that I know some of my friends from high school are getting better grades than I am because I am at a tougher institution. It really doesn't matter in the long run because employers won't look at my GPA when they are looking to hire me but it is still aggravating knowing that these people who made worse grades than me in high school are now making better grades than me.
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