Whittier College has about1800 students, so it's frustrating when professor's aren't flexible when student's need help. On many occasions, proffesor's instuct students to get help from tutors instead because they have a lot of other student's who also need help, and I would understand this response at a public state school but not at a small private college. I understand that tutors are there to help, but many times we need to meet with professors for other reasons.
For me, the most frustrating thing about Whittier College is it’s low student population. On the one hand it’s nice being part of a community atmosphere, but on the other, one sees everyone, everywhere, all the time.
The most frsutrating about my school is that everything is spread out around the campus so in order to get from one class to another you have to walk through the whole campus. Though overall i could honestly say that it is the best school which is why I chose to attend it.
Not everyone takes school as seriously as they probably should.
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