As I’ve been enrolled in Southern Connecticut State University, I can honestly say there isn’t anything that frustrates me about my school. Ever since I been enrolled in Southern, I’ve been satisfied with the classes, students, and professors. My course load at Southern has been challenging but never frustrating; I am very much happy with the work and help that I receive in each class. My classmates are very nice and my professors are very helpful to me. I enjoy being enrolled at Southern, a college where I can say nothing really frustrates me.
The most frustrating thing about school is the cost. For those of us whose parent's cannot afford to help with education costs, it's very difficult (virtually impossible, actually) to acquire enough financial aid and students loans. The financial aid office's employees are extremely helpful, but in reality there is only so much that they can do.
Honestly the only really frustrating thing is that there are 3 classes for my specific degree that are only offered at night. I might be in the minority in this, but i wish there were 6 am classes. There are a few 7 am ones but i think it would help out more people if they started an hour earlier.
the class offered in different sessions. some classes are only offered in spring or fall; therefore, you have to wait for that time to take that class in order to finish the pre requisite to take higher level courses.
parking for commuter students or students visiting is not as plentiful as it could be. Some parking lots are further away than you would normally like to walk to a class, especially in the winter months.
Things are different everyday. One day we are told one thing then it changes the next. The way they changed the housing so your academic standings no longer matter in getting better housing
The most frustrating thing is probably getting housing on campus. It's really tought sometimes. I've also heard from commuters that parking is a big issue but the school is working on it.
the fact that it is a pain in the ass to get anything done when it comes to paying for tuition, picking classes, and everything else that has to do with the Staff
The most frustrating thing about my school is being in a classroom setting where there are other student who show no interest in their education.
The financial aid department. They don't always answer my questions to where I can understand what steps I'm supposed to take next.