Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico-Ponce Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


Sadly there's preference, not clearly stated but those that spend time in the universities office and socialize with professors tend to get more help in all aspects, including economical ones.




The most frustating thing is right now is I don't have tuition to pay for next semester and the semester begins in two weeks, and I'm a senior.


The tuition bills.


That classes get full very often.


The most frustrating thing on the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico- Ponce is the cost. Because I don't have any scholarship, so I have to pay every money by myself.


That the main cafeteria closes early and also its too small, and when It rains a lot it gets flooded and sometimes its hard to get to your class on time.


There's nothing frustrating about my school.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that is so expensive; since this is one of the largest private universities in my country. This factor is a big difference when it comes to education. Each student that decides to study at this university finds it impossible compared to students in public universities. The fact that the economy is affecting us all make professional's dreams of every student become increasingly distant.


in college can not find anything that is frustrating in my opinion is a good college and are very good


When we don't find the classes that we need for the semester because there is only one section open.


The most frustrating thing about my school, is the parking.


That university is a bit far from my house and I have to travel every day in my car. Currently, gasoline is going up, I do not work, sometimes I find it hard to go to college and would like staying, but I have responsibilities at home.


Sincerely, there is not a frustrating thing about my school. I have earned my bachelor degree at the Pontifical Catholic University or Puerto Rico in 2003. Within those years, I was in the Honor Program and all of my classes and extracurricular activities were full of social and espiritual values, and I had economical assistance during my studies in this school. I am very thankful of this university because what I am now is, in part, a result of those years that I was studying there.


I have not yet started attending Pontifical Catholic University; Therefore i have not yet experienced anything negative from the University. The only negative thing that i see is the distance that i am going to have to drive to get to school.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that the prices are too high.