Overall, I would say the most frustrating thing about Trinity Christian College are the expenses. Every year, things on Campus become more and more expensive. This ranges from the meals in the cafeteria, to the items in the vending machine, to (more importantly) living on campus itself. I don't expect college to be cheap, but due to the rising expenses (the college tuition which was raised by $1000), education in general is becoming less and less affordable.
The most frustrating thing about this school would be the meal plan and dining hall/food services; hence there isn't too much variety and students are required to have a meal plan, they don't have the option not to; whether they like the food or not.
The most frustrating thing about school is that i have class at wierd times during the day, a 4:30 PM class on friday doesnt go by quickly.
Nothing is frustrating about my school. I am completely satisfied with it.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the lack of things to do on the weekends.
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