The cost of tuition is the most frustrating thing about the school.
Most frustrating thing is the cost, students with economic hardships will definetly feel the strain of taking on loans and knowing the must one day soon pay them back.
The most frustrating thing about the school is the teachers' internal clocks. I don't really know how to put it, but all I know is that the other day, I was eight minutes early to class because I ran from the class I had before that, and I was still late.
The most frustrating thing about UST would be the cost and the additional philosophy and theology courses that one must take in order to graduate.
So far I do not see anything that can be a frustration for me while I am here.
The most frustrating thing about the University of St. Thomas is the fact that the university requires its student to take 9 hours in Theology, 9 hours in Philosophy, and 6 additional hours in either Theology or Philosophy.
Sometimes it feels like everyone knows me already.
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