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What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


Since I am a commuter, one of the most frustrating things about my school is finding a parking spot. Even though there are many parking spaces for commuters, sometimes they are all used and you have to wait for someone to leave. If you don't give yourself enough time from home to school, finding a parking spot may make you be late to class.


The mostt frustrating thing is the computer system that suppose to link your classes all together so you can get an audit/evaluation promptly when you are a senior. For example, I am a senior and I know I have 2 more classes to go after this semester but I haven received any letter indicating it.


The most frustating thing about my school is the ignorance from some of its students.


The University of Hartford is a diverse community that enjoys being a school that is division 1 but on the smaller side compared to other division 1 campuses. The most frustrating thing about the school is that it is a private instituition that doest get or better yet give away enough finacial aid to it's students. Because of this many students end up transfering due to lack of finacial means. This causes the community to be seperated which henders one of the best parts of the campus.


Keeping up with the cirriculum, it changes every year and only the freshman will know about it. So sometimes it is best to take a summer class to keep up and make sure nothing is missed and everything that was needed has been finished when it comes time to wear that cap and gown.


The fact that courses are not offered in the morning hours which makes it difficult to work full time.


Some of the classes I find challenging and don't do well


The most frustrating thing about this school is forming friends. There are a lot of cliques and if you're not in one, then you're a loner for awhile. If you work well on your own, you'll do quite well here.


The most frustrating thing about my school is that the work load is heavy which requires you to sometimes make tough decisions. For example, I have to risk having points taken off of an essay in my philosophy class (by not having it checked over) so to bring up my grades in my english class (by having my essay checked over).


The most frustrating thing is I'm a commuter so it's hard for me to get back and forth.


Every semester it seems that i always have to struggle to find a loan. I only owe 4,000 this semster for spring 2010, but it seems to be a struggle and the school can't or will not help.


The amount of money we have to pay for this school a year is by far the most frustrating thing about the University of Hartford. Also, the prices are always being raised every year.


there are not to many things happening on campus and when their are, they do not do a good job advertising it.


The most frusterating thing about my school is the housing. Because they added a new housing place to the campus and were accepting students to fill them up. Even my room was smaller than most. I shared a old RA room with my room mate. We had so much stuff combined that there was barley enough room for anything else there.


not helpful finding money for students


The most frustrating thing about my school is the meal plan and the lack of variety in food options. The food venues and the times in which a student can use a meal and dining dollars cause many frustrations in the student body. Also the prices this year seemed to have increased but the amount that is covered by a meal has stayed the same so very little food can be considered a meal. The school needs a better meal plan that fits students and more variety in the food that is sold here.


Lack of public transportation


They do not offer enough financial aid. A lot of the students show up late to class making it difficult for the teacher to get his lcetures across to the whole class. Some of the classes have too many students (chem, bio)


The frats and sorierities... its hard to make friends by senior year, and the transfer rate is huge


besides the fact that they put too much fiber in the food, the fact that facilities responds slowly to problems that should be resolved quickly, or in a more timely manner.


The campus dorms for the upper class men are not in the best condition, and there are not many on campus options.


Sometimes they have teachers who are from different countries teach or sub your classes and sometimes it can be very hard to understand their accent. This question took alot of thought because I couldnt think of anything bad about the school!


People are not friendly and socialible. I feel like most new englanders have a colder, duller side.