The most frustrating thing about Wilmington College was the rural area that it was located in. The surrounding restaurants closed at 10pm, which meant students had nothing to eat if they didn't have food to eat in their rooms already. Also, Walmart was kind of far from everything else and they didn't have certsin restaurants that you'd see in the city like Chipotle, Pennstation, White Castle...
Really since it is a private college, the cost. If one stays on campus then it's nearly $30 thousand a year. Commuting is $22 thousand. All i know is that unless i choose not to do a sport so i can work 40 hours a week, i had to take on additional loans. I try to pay some back in the summer, but it's difficult.
I would have to say the way everyone seems to want to know your business. I would also have to say how expensive it is to go here. It's very hard to try to find money to pay for college.
Like every school, you have the kids that get there then don't do anything. The good news is that there is not a lot of these people, and there are plenty of help for those who struggle.
Lack of career/internship availabilty