The most frustrating thing is that since it is a small town there isn't a whole lot of off campus living options
Money wise, the rediculously high cost. Accademicly, schedualing in all the classes that I want to take because there are so many good ones and so many that I need to take It's hard to fit it all in to four years. Especially because some classes are only offered every other year or semester and cause conflicts.
Although I love it, it is very small. Sometimes the opportunities offered on campus just aren't what you want to do. It's nice every once and a while to be able to escape the campus and go somewhere fun. Because of the location, though, the nearest town with personality attractive to a college student is an hour away. It can be frustrating when you're trying to get away and can't.
The most frusterating part of my school is we're in the middle of nowhere. If you want to do something off campus, you have to travel about 30 mins away to do something.
It's frustrating, because we are such a close-knit community, to air frustrations, because everybody loves everybody else.
financial aid and price (tuition and books, etc.)
The most frustrating accurance at Ripon College is for those who have problems with their roommate. Although it is more feared then common, the staff that deals with this situation is one of the few that does not care about the individual or the situation. Those incharge of the situation can make and individual feel they are an inconvenience; exactly what someone in a frustrating roommate situation does not need to feel.
Professors don't typically cancel class if there is a blizzard outside because they all live close enough to campus to be able to make it to and from class themselves. This is unfortunate for students because it is a pedestrian campus and we have to walk sometimes a fair distance between our dorms and classes.
Snow, Cold. Dorms Aren't That Nice.
Doing stuff off campus was hard because you need a car to go anywhere and transportation by the college was limited and even driving a car to the nearest cities could get costly. I have also recently graduated and I am not very impressed with the career developement office, I feel that al least for me there hasn't been much they have helped me with for actually looking for a job. Although they are helpful with resumes and applications and the like.
I REALLY CAN'T THINK OF ANYTHING THAT MAKES ME REAL FRUSTRATED. SOMETIMES THERE WILL BE SOMETHING GOIONG ON IN CLASS THAT IS A LITTLE TUFF OR I MAY BE A LITTLE TIRED FROM CLASS WORK BUT I CAN'T SAY I HAVE EVER BEEN REAL FRUSTRATED WITH MY SCHOOL.
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