Sometimes the 300+ student classes.
I've had a lot of trouble getting scholarships.
Just that in some classes you only have a few test. If you make a mistake on one you have a very small chance of fixing it.
The most frustrating aspect about my school is the limited amount of parking for students. The campus is huge and I find that the parking areas accessible for students are still quite a walk from where classes are.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that the professors are always rushing to get grades in at the same time. Tests for every class then end up packed into one week.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the lack pf adaptation to new things.
When i get a prof that is here only here to do research (i'm a science major) and they dont really care about teaching. Its hard to get help and understand when the teacher doesnt care.
WISH IT COULD LAST FOREVER!
The most frustrating thing about my school is that there are a lot of close minded people. People that only see one way in life and instead of exploring different ideas and cultures they believe that they are the best people of the world, which they aren't.
Some people just really can't enjoy good music. It's a small town so not as many people like hard rock or big-city-type music.
transportation service in dealing with parking violations and food services in dealings with meal "steal" plans
It's easy to get lost in the crowd at such a large school and just become invisible if you want to be, and many professors are hard to approach or don't seem to be teaching us anything of worth.
The most frustrating thing about Texas A&M is the lack of racial diversity, particularly among African American students. The University can do a whole lot better in attracting more African American students and changing its reputation as not being very tolerant of those of different ethnicities.
The most frustrating thing about Texas A&M is that it is not very culturally or ethnically diverse. The students are all from the same background and are narrow minded.
I have had two professors that are hard to understand. I also don't enjoy classes that are too standardized and every teacher has to conform to a different way of teaching. I've been in two classes like this.
The most frustrating thing about the school is that it has been dominated by the previously mentioned group for years and it has yet to significantly change. The school set out the Vision 2020 program to help increase diversity on campus. However, even with a conscious effort to improve diversity the change will not come if the attitude of students on campus does not evolve.
The most frustrating part about my school is the cost.
The size of campus. Walking from one side to another (sometimes from one class to another) can sometimes take more than the twenty minutes alloted.
The work required is demanding, the tests are hard, keeping up may be a problem for some.
No financial aid for middle class caucasin students
It's large size.
I believe the most frustrqating thing about Texas A&M Univerisity is its huge size. Some people may find this appealing, but i found it overwhelming, and hard to find friends. Clubs were on campus, but late at night, so if you wanted to go to campus alone, that was pretty much your only option. I lived off-campus and many of the poeple I already knew were not interested in the same things, so i ended up not makingmany friends because huge campus, with 300+ size classes, and too many culbs to choose from.
The constructrion work currently in progress.
Town is small and can be boring and run out of things to do especially during breaks or summer
Texas A&M University has the reputation of being very conservative. I find this frustrating b/c the most vocal students tend to be the MOST conservative students at the university, although they are not the majority. We are a diverse university, although not usually perceived this way. I find that many other schools have a preconceived notion of Aggies that is not accurate, and having the "prove them wrong" is cumbersome.
Some students tend to want to make you think like them a bit too often.
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