The most frustrating thing about my school is that the teachers do not take the time to actually help you when they say they would. They always say either set up an appointment at a later date or ask a friend. They never took the time to sit down and talk with you to better understand what was going on or what you did not understand.
One of the most frustrating things about my school is that it has a goal to grow and reach a cap of 1000 students but has not made some of the necessary changes that go along with this increase in students. Although the increase is not a lot, and the campus is still small, the administration still needs to pay close attention to what students feel they need in response to these changes (example, more professors in a certain subject area, or more sections of classes offered each semester).
Westminster College doesn't like to invest much money on their campus security. In the city of Fulton, there tends to be a lot of crime and Westminster Colllege needs good campus security to compensate this issue. Instead we have 60 year old security officers walking around with nothing but their car and a flash light.
Also, the school's Learnig Disability Program has becoming packed over copacity and they will not hire any more teachers for the program. Bring a private school and having the best Learnig Disability Program in the nation, I expect top service.
i honestly can't think of anything
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