My school is a little to far away from anywhere really worth going to. If you want to go somewhere, you will usually need a vehicle to get there. There are a few stores close by for groceries or necessities
The most frustrating thing about Robert Morris is the size. I came here for a "small school" experience, but many of my classes have over thirty students. I know that Robert Morris is trying to expand because of the huge freshman class, but it's very frustrating being in a large class. It makes learning much more challenging and many of the athletes are disrepectful and disruptive during class. If Robert Morris can expand quickly it will make my college experience much better.
The most frustrating thing for myself is the 45 minute drive that it takes to get there.
The most frustrating thing is that many teachers do not make themselves available like they claim to at first, and the tutors rarely know more than the students being tutored.
The most frustrating thing at my school is that it has the most acreage of any school around but only uses 1/4 of it and does nothing with the other 3/4 of it. In my opinion i think they should do something with it to make money for the school and which would lower the cost for students.
The most frustrating thing about Robert Morris which is probably the same about every other college is the financial aid department. The financial aid department may have helped me in the end but I had to send in forms more than once because they had either lost them or said they never got them. I understand that they have so many students to deal with but they took on the job they should work harder to process the students' information so the students can focus on their education and not their financial aid problems.
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