NWFSC is a great small school. There isn't really anything frustrating about it as long as one doesn't have conflicting interests. For example, NWFSC doesn't have a football team.
I think the most frustrating thing about my school is that the shedules are a little hard to come by... i work alot just to pay for college and its hard to work around all the classes and my job.
Scheduling and completing the CLAST test.
Recently, the school has started charging students to print per page. When I first began at this college, printing was free. On top of that, now they have set their computers default printing method to duplex 2 and are charging us for two pages when it is actually only on one page! It's aggrivating to have to put money on my student ID card so that I can print.
The most frustrating thing about my school would be the smokers. It is not a smoke-free campus so I've encountered a lot of smokers here.
I don't have many complaints about Northwest Florida State College but sometimes I do consider changing to a larger school. There is more variety of classes at a four-year university and the activities around the campus would keep me more involved in college. Also, my major is biology and I plan to apply to medical school. I like that my biology and chemistry classes are small because I have more oppurtunities to speak directly with the instructor but my classes are not necessarily designed for pre-professional study.
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