The most frustrating thing is group assignments. Students are not as focused as I am.
The fact that Scripps is a women's only college can make it difficult to meet men, despite the fact that the other colleges surrounding Scripps are co-ed.
The administration can be frustrating. I felt like there was not enough advice given by the school in general to math and science students.
Everyone is white and wealthy - no diversity.
Financial Aid head of office is an asshole (seriously).
Dean Wood, who is a god-awful dean of students and an embarassment to the school
It is a very small place and it can be difficult to seperate and balance the academic and social parts of your life. Many students are unbalaced toward the academic side and make no time for anything else.
Amount of money spent on landscaping, over-embellished dorms and buildings, events for alums etc.
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