The parking is miserable and the food could be much better, but other than that there is nothing wrong it.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the lack of support and understanding from financial aid. They are very strict when it comes to academics and they don't easily give back financial aid to those who have unsatisfied academic progress, like myself. It's very hard for me to work hard here because of so much social activities, it's hard to concentrate when so much pressure from family and school are on you, but I try really hard and it's very difficult.
Every organisation has its flaws, University of South Alabama has theirs but it not frustrating, They improving and that's what matters .
The parking conditions and the wait for the school provided transportation. Parking is so far from all of the buildings, and even if your class is on the other side of campus you are only able to park where permitted; otherwise you get a ticket.
Dealing with a rude woman named Lynn from the Mitchel College of business.
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