I really don't think there is anything about Wittenberg that is extremely frustrating. I love the school and I chose it because it was the best fit for me and it has lived up to all of my expectations. The professors really care about their students and work their hardest to help us succeed. I think that the campus is extremely beautiful and has everything that I would expect in a college. Our education is also very in depth. I have taken classes at other universities and I can recognize a major difference in the quality of the education.
The most frustrating aspect of Wittenberg University is the financial difficulties that are currently being discussed.
I love my school. There is nothing frustrating about it.
Finding the funding for paying, s well s not recieveng a lot of the mail tht they send to me.
I think the most frusturating thing about my school is the lack of snow response. when it snows, they don't salt the walkways very well, and a lot of people slip and get hurt.
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