The school that I have been attending until this point has been a community college oriented around a broad education, rather than a fixed career track. That has been good for my self-exploration, but now that I know what I want to do with my life, I am finding it difficult to continue attending there. As such, I have transferred to Post University and joined their Computer Information Systems undergraduate program in an effort to finish my postsecondary education and enter into the workforce in such a capacity as to best utilize my skills, abilities, and interests.
I have no real frustrations.
The most frustrating thing about my school is there isn?t a place where I could go to clear my head. Post University is a small college, I do love this, but when I need time just to be by myself I can?t find a place where I can do so.
Financial aid is the most frustrating.
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financial aid and the whole process of doing it and getting it back and forth and the dorms are a bit small and i would like them to be better in apperance we pay a lot to go there and i feel like they can put some of it back into the living situations
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