the most frustrating thing about my school is that we have nothing to do on the weekend
The most frustrating thing about my school, is how unorganized they become in the most crucial times of the year. (registration, and mid-terms, final exams)
class work of coarse.
The most frustatng thing at my college is that the school itself seems to be more worried about their finical business more then there worried about the students Living, Eating, and extra Activity. also the school needs to be remodel or refurbish basically around the whole school it's ancient.
I guess i would have to say the most frustrating thing about going to Saint Augustines College is the lack of money and support we as students recieve. It is one thing to have tution go up , but when there is no money coming into the school and the students are left out then that becomes a big problem. And some of the faculity dont seem to care, As long as they have a job they dont care if we have enough money to finish or not. And the ones that do care they fire.
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