When I was in the Reserve Officer Training Corp, I accidently ended up with a stage 3 sprain. I had no idea how much my university was missing more handicap as places. I was on crutches for six months and for that time, it was a challenge. I want to get my voice out and see if i can do anything to improve that.
Class availability is one of the more frustrating things at UNA. There are not very many time slots for classes.
I would have to say the most frustrating thing about The University of North Alabama is that there is not many places for students to park other than the parking garage which is a long walk from many of the buildings where classes are help. The main dinning area does not have enough seating for everyone so you often have to stand and eat.
Worrying about being able to fit all the classes I need, in a short amount of time.
The elevators break down a lot and that's really frustrating. It makes me mad when I have to get to class and only one of the elvators work. Usually I'll wait anywhere between 5 to 7 mins for the elevator.
The most frustrating the thing about UNA was that UNA was a commuter campus. From Monday to Friday the school was buzzing with students but on the weekends it was a ghost town.
Majors offered, lack of active greeks, financial aid
The most frustration thing at UNA is their limited parking. I live on campus and i rarely leave because i am worried that if i do leave, when i return there will not be a spot for me. This problem needs to be fixed, expecially now that the school is growing.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that I transferred in from a 2 year college and had 91 transferrable hours. Because those hours were from a junior institution, I am required to take an additional 64 hours from a senior institution, even though it only takes a total of 128 hours to earn a degree.
The most frustrating thing about our school is our school lunches. The school board says that the food is nutrious and tastes great, but some students do not even eat lunches. Instead of taking the money and buying fresh produce for the school to use, the board buys prebaked products that are not very appealing. The school system is making a killing off of the lunches, but will not take a portion of that money to buy nutrious foods that all students will enjoy.
The most frustrating thing about my school is that the black sorority and fraternitys are not as populated as the white ones. I really would like to join a sorority here but they aren't many people in any of them, which is dicouraging.
The most frustrating thing is the parking. It is absolutely impossible to find parking spots a lot of times, even in the parking garage. The guidelines for parking say that commuter students get white spaces, teacher green, and dorm red. The campus security holds the commuter students to the strict rules, but the faculty and the dorm students park in the white lines and take up commuter parking. I just wish they would enforce it so that the dorm students and faculty park in their color only.
Nothing, Everything was great
Lack of social activities for non-sorority fraternity kids.
I wish the teachers were more interactive with the students and I wish we had better dorm life and more on campus activities especially on the weekends.
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