The most frustrating thing about the school is that sometimes the work load is very heavy and there does not seem to be enough time in the day to get everything done. Also, although most of my professors have been very supportive a couple have been hard to reach and talk to outside of class.
commuting. No dorms. poor teachers. Poor classes. Poor education. No advisors. No help. No jobs. No study abroad. No future. No design. No art. No creativity. No fun.
The only thing that bothers me is the distance between the buildings. The Fine arts building is at the other end of the campus while the Academic buildings are almost in the middle. It makes getting to class on time a little difficult.
other than a few departments and people. the school is very clique-y and is full of people who go to school becase mom and dad are loaded and dont care about school.
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