I haven't really encountered anything frustrating about this university, since I am just seeking to complete my undergraduate studies. However, there are a few things that are annoying. For example, it is sometimes difficult to find a convenient parking space (I don't really mind) and the main offices are located far from the classes. However, these things are only annoyances they are not the cause of mass frustration.
My parents having to pay for my classes is very frustrating because my dad has a high income and that gets me to not get any financial aide.
At this very moment, I believe that my University has hard-working professors, wonderful mentors, excellent fitness instructors, and the friendly environment; however, the most frustrating thing I believe are the students who are working at the University. Several student-wokers are extremely immature, loud, rowdy, and not very helpful.
That there is no parking!! The school is growing, and almost at any time of the day, it is extremely difficult to find a parking place.
The most frustrating thing about the school is the use of the library computers. There are people who are logged on using the computers for personal reasons like facebook and playing games, when students need to use them for educational purposes.
The most frustrating thing about me school is that my classes will sometimes be scheduled too close together and so i do not get any breaks.
The amount of Hispanics at the school
I wish they had a few more tutors available. At times there are not enough at the tutoring center
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