Saint Leo University Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


Financial Aid. I once had them tell me they couldnt award me my award because my dob was wrong in the system. This was after receiving financial aid and attending the school for 2 years! They wanted my Birth Certificate to prove my DOB I was angry.


Not being able to afford it without scholarships and loan. I really do not want to get in debt when I graduate but the education I will have received will be worth it in the end.


The difficulty in maintaining a high grade point average is extremely frustrating. The courses are much more difficult than those of a regular university.


I'd say the most fustrating thing has to be the universal issue of parking spots. There is a garage to park your car if you don't see any spots avaliable, especially if you change books, it is going to be a hassle to run to the garage to get them.


The most frustrating thing about my school is the balance between work, school, and family.


The most frustrating thing about my school is the lack of school spirit. People are always going around bashing the University for little things like a day where you can't find anything appetizing to eat in the cafeteria...except for the fact that we have a full sandwich, salad AND omlette bar! It also isn't the most difficult school to get into, but serously, neither is Westfield State College in MA, but people seem to show some school spirit there. I just wish that my fellow students would show just a LITTLE more appreciation for thier school.


The most frustrating thing about my school is probably the fact that we do not have a variety of food for vegetarians.


The cost per year but its a great school for your first yer of collge.


The most frustrating thing about my school would be some of the professors accents. I cannot understand what they are saying sometimes so I will have to ask them again or wait until they write something on the board .


The faculty and staff can not leave you alone to do your homework


Nothing, it's a great school with a variety of learning options, including their Center for Online Learning. This is my second semester and I feel that they provide many opportunities for a new kind of busy student.


The most frustrating thing about the school was the cost. You pay for the convenience. It was really the only option for me since I had a family that consisted of 3 small children and a job.


I think that the most frustrating thing about my school is that it is very small and in a secluded, rural area. There isn't much to do off-campus, so I wish that there would be more clubs or activities on campus to make up for it. I also have an issue with the cost because I find it too expensive for the mediocre education I am receiving. It feels like I am in a relaxed high school environment, rather than a university.


Honestly, the more frustrating thing about my school is the drama. Some people still think they attend high school and bring all the drama with them. However, most people soon grow up and grow out of their drama-causing-selves.


there is not enough parking.


Nothing has frustrated me at all. In fact, I was surprised that the 2 years that I have attended have been very smoothly.


The school is very small and about 45 minutes from Tampa so there is not much to do.


some people are stuck in the high school drama mentality


There aren't many places to go around campus. To go to a mall, one would have to travel about 45 min.utes to 1 hour.


The most frustrationg this about Saint Leo University in my opinion is the amount of social gatherings that take place. The choice you make will either interfere in school work, or may have an effect on the people around you.


I find most of my frustration in class deadlines being around the same time periods, which puts more pressure on me to get the work all done.


There really isn't anything different from any other college. The classes are hard, teachers are fair but not easy. The private college is expensive but resasonable.


the money, and the fact that your constantly living with people and there is so much drama but there is all these problems at all other colleges and are normal in any school. so its really just getting used to college thats all.