The most frustrating thing about my school is how far away it is from home. I am from Long Island. It takes about eight hours to get from my home town to Brockport. This makes it difficult to be with my family for the holidays. Also, travel expensies become pretty costy. So, I am only able to see my family about three times within the school year.
I think the most frustrating thing about my college is the meal plans. I don't really like the way they are set up, and the amount of money that we have to spend on them, to get only 150 dollars to use at places other than the dining halls. Most students use more than that 150 dollars and have to pay more, out of pocket for food. I would like to know why the meal plans cost so much, and where our money is going.
The dorms are only six person suites once you become an upperclassman, but by then you have made many friends and sometimes housing can be problematic. That being said, dorming is fairly expensive which can be a hassle.
Professors who do not speak clearly.
nothing is frustraiting enough to comment about
Sometimes i wish there were more activities in the middle of the semesters. there are a lot more in teh egining of teh fall and the end of teh sprin semesters and not so many in the middle...
Because Brockport is in such a small time, sometimes it is difficult to find things to do, especially on the weekends. Rochester is only about 20 minutes away, but if you don't have a car, there isn't very much public transportation to help you out.
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