The most frustrating thing about my school is the parking. Sharing the lots with commuters, residents, and staff proves to be a bit of a task. Sometimes you luck out and sometimes you do not.
the commute from my home is long and i do not get to participate as much. also, the lack of diversity among the students.
i think the activites such as choir need to have more flexible times
I did not experience any frustrations while attending University of St. Francis. The entire experience was enjoyable. I found the classes very interesting and applicable to my career.
The most fustrating thing about my school is the room charges added to your bill. If something is damaged in the building the bill is split between everyone, which over a semester can really add up. Also the bookstore is overpriced by an unreasonable amount, you can find the same book for much cheaper almost anywhere else.
The lack of resources, including financial resources for good students, who are short of funds.
The most frustrating thing about my school is finding where everything is located. I have one year completed and I still don't know where everything is. There are many offices each dedicated to different things and when I need to drop something off or get some information, it's hard to figure out where I need to go. I feel as though it would make the situation easier if the university posted a notification on the website stating where each office is located so that it's easier for students to find their way around and get things done.
It is difficult to find a largely frustrating thing about this school, but if I had to pick one thing it would be the unannounced BlackBoard updates. This has only happened once but left my classes unavailable for two days during which I had a deadline. The teachers were understanding, however, and offered an extension.
the most furstrating thing about my school is the lack of diversity in the campus, i do not see that many students from different ethnic backgrounds as most other schools have.
I believe I'm pay way too much money for my education and not being offered enough assistance.
Eventhough, I have not actually had a class yet at St. Francis, I feel the price of a private school would be the most frustrating thing. I am really looking forward to a quality education in an excellent nursing program. The fact that it is so expensive made me think, rethink, and think again about my decision. I know I will walk away with an awesome education and also awesome debt, long with my parents. My family is very blue collar, but also very supportive, willing to dive into debt for me and my brother.
The most frustrating thing about the University is its small size. While it does have benfits it limits choices. I had no class choices or class time choices. Going to a small school doesnt offer much variety. I see all the same people in all of my classes. There is also not much to do in the surrounding areas. Many of the students live off campus and commute to school so there is not much to do on the weekends. Social the school doesnt have much to offer. It is almost like a highschool.
The most frusttrating thing about the St. Francis campus is parking. Because it is a resident and commuter school, it is hard to accomodate all the students during the school year because it is a smaller campus.
That the academic advisors sometimes steer you in the wrong direction when it comes to difficult courses, deciding what courses to take, and when a problem arises with a particular teacher. Also, that the tuition is very expensive and I don't believe that the school offers enough financial aid or scholarships to compensate.
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