The most frustrating thing on campus is the size. The school has so much going on you would expect it to be a lot bigger then campus truly is. But although the school is small, the people make the experience at Sacred Heart Univeristy bigger than life.
Honestly, I do not have many answers to this question. The one thing that I found frustrating, which is completely unrelated to my education or my overall experience at the school was the parking situation. Students were required to pay over $100 for parking/year and there were not enough spaces.
I think the most frustrating thing about my school is that I was expecting to meet different kinds of people. Many of the people that attend this school are materialistic, closed minded and very much the same. In spite of this, luckily, I was able to meet many genuine, good hearted people who I remain close friends with. The only other thing was struggling to pay my tuition. The university would not let me take classes until I had payed off my tuition, they would "block" my account, which put me at a disadvantage.
the amount of professional connections to the real world
They are very unorganized and tend to jerk there students around.
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