The most frustrating thing would be not being able to have a flexible meal plan. I believe that after your first year of college, you should be able to choose what kind a meal plan you want.
The rigor of work and no dead week to complete assignments at the end of the semester.
There is not much diversity and even though everyone is nice, for some reason everyone seems to notice that it is not that easy to make friends because everyone is always preoccupied with themselves.
That more people across the U.S. don't know about it and appreciate it's rigorous academics enough.
Most everyone is the same. Rich and preppy. There is some diversity but not much.
The assumption of entitlement.
a lot of work
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