The most frustrating thing about Berks would have to be the hills. It seems like the architects purposely chose the most varying topographical location to build the campus on. This is the smallest campus of all the campuses I went to during my college search, but it still gave me the hardest workout while walking around campus. If it weren't for all the hills, this campus would be virtually perfect.
There isn't much that is frustrating at this school. I am a commuter and i do not have a car so i dont get to to do the activities. The teachers are awesome.
Living on one of the dorms that are furthest away from some of the buildings at the school.
Amount of students per classroom, very large. teachers do not get to know you.
not enough weekend activities, no on campus apartments
The most frustrating thing about Penn State Berks is that books are so expensive. I can barely afford them.
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