the most frustrating thing about my school is the cafeteria food. We pay enough tutiont for the food to at least have flavor!
As a first time freshman at University of Central Arkansas the most frustrating thing about my school is the 8 am classes. One other frustarting thing is the food hours the cafeteria, which closes suprisngly really early.
The feeling that there is too much to be dont beofre the end of the semester--a (good) paper per semester is one thing. Five per semester is completely different, especially when nearly each is completed with a different page requirement between 4 and 25 pages.
The most frustrating thing about my school to me is that just trying to satify each instructor. They are all different but its also helpful in learning to work with different people.
The most frustrating thing about the University of Central Arkansas has nothing to do with academics - it's the drainage system! Every time it rains the entire campus floods, and I am walking through four inches of water to class. I actually leave my rainboots in my car so I don't risk ever forgetting them. Sitting in class all day with soaking wet feet and pants is not fun.
The most frustrating thing on this campus is the little availabilty of parking, the lack of interest in greek life, and the lack of school spirit.
Sometimes faculty will give you the run around about a question you ask them instead of answering the question straight forward. This is frustrating especially for freshmen because they are new to the environment and really don't know the answer.
Some of the professors have a God-complex.
When it rains, it never fails that the much of the campus (incuding sidewalks) flood. It gets a little frustrating walking to class with wet feet.
The most frustrating this about my school is that the library needs more funding and longer hours. I feel like this is a neglected part of UCA.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the lack of parking. There is constantly construction going on and it keeps taking up more and more parking lots.
When you need an answer to a question about almost anything regarding the university, it's seems incredibly hard to find it. You will call 5 different departments, check the website 3 times, and finally go hunt somebody down on foot before you can learn many things. They website seems to be rarely updated for most of the departments. The food is also one of the major frustrations. The fast food chains are good, but anything the school makes, a.k.a., Aramark (our food service provider) is typically not worth eating.
I think the most frustrating part about my school is not related to just my school but colleges in general, its the transition of finding yourself that everyone has to go through in life!
Many of the students and professors have very limted life experiences and have a narrow world view.
Intra-departmental relations. It seems like there isn't very communication between departments and students hear different answers from different people. It's frustrating to get the run around and it's very difficult to get issues resolved. They don't seem to go above and beyond in order to make things easier on you, it's like they have the "it's your problem, deal with it" mentality.
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