The most frustrating thing about the school is getting your financial aid package together. You have to make sure everything is paid for and that the school knows about all aid that you are receiving each semester and school year.
Some of the departments at the school (Res. Live, Financial Aid, etc.) don't communicate with each other, which sometimes causes trouble.
The lack of communication between the Student Accounts, Financial Aid, and Registrar offices is the most frustrating thing about Seton Hill University.
The most frustrating thing about my school is when it gets cold ouside because we have to walk in the snow and classes are never cancelled. Another frustrating thing about my school is the lack of variety when it comes to food. Other schools have chain fast food places to eat at their dining halls, but the same can not be said for my school. My school only has two dining halls and after a while you get tired of eating the same food.
The financial aid office is hard to get aswers from. They give quick answers and don't listen fully to what you have to say.
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