The most frustrating thing about my school would have to be that there aren't many places for boys and girls to hangout with each other, not much is coed.
Like every other thing, this university has its things, that i dont agree with, we have fines for strict rules. We have curfew, and if your late you get fined, or if you dont get on time to your wing meeting, which we have every tuesday, we get fined. I understand the fact that we should get wing meeting, but they should understand that we have things to do.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the homework. The load is incredibly long and hard. I am surprised anyone taking 17 credits like me (many) or more have any time at all for friends or fun time!
What financial aid? If you are not the son or daughter of some sort of Nazarene pastor or missionary then you feel rather on your own.
How conservative it is. The mind set is SO conservative that most the time faculty can not see outside of the box.
Not enough events to hang out with class.
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