The most frustrating thing about my school that I find it hard to sometimes know what is happening on campus. Advertising is limited at times and I will only know that an event is going to happen if someone prehaps brings it up in conversation. I do wish that the school found a better way to communicate with the students about what is happening around campus. If they did so I believe it would create a greater sense of community in our school.
There isn't a lot of communication with administration/staff/students, it's VERY expensive for what it's worth, dining hall food can get old fast, there isn't a lot of help for internships unless you know exactly what you want and you go for it
because it is small, it is hard to time which classes to take which semester because not all classes are offered every semester.
Finals week. There is a lot to do and I feel a lot of pressure.
The major I have chosen, Geology, is relatively new here at the College of Saint Rose, and the class sizes are still a bit small for my liking.
The most frustrating thing about my school would have to be the same as the worst things as mentioned above; maintinence issues, scheduling of shuttle busses, and the amount of financial aid provided.
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