The most frustrating thing about my school is that they don't offer upper level courses in the summer.
Nothing really. Prices of text books, but that's the same problem at every school.
There are not too many options ofr degree choices and certification courses.
The most frustrating thing about my college, is there's not enough diverse or variety of majors-so the students wouldn't have to go to the other neighbor islands or go to the mainland (I guess the conveniency for both students and parents).
The variety of classes here isn't too great for people who want to go into the sciences. Community colleges are good for liberals or to take general education requirements, but not for major requirements.
The workload for introductory classes.
It is a bit small, and its on the island where I lived my whole life.
There is not many things that i could say that frustrates me at my school besides the load of work i have to do. I am currently in the dental assistant program and my classes are known for test and quizess, its frustrating trying to juggle jobs and keeping up with studies trying to prepare for tests and quiz but that's how college life is.
The most frustrating thing about my school is, there are no sports for the college.
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