The most frustrating thing about my school is the cost of tuition. My school, Wofford College, is very expensive. They offered me financial aid, but it wasn't nearly enough to pay for all of my tuition. Also, it seems like all the money we are paying is going to waste. Some of the dorms are repulsive and our dining services are not up to par. Wofford College is a great institution, but they need to invest our money more wisely.
At first, it was the smallness. One of Wofford's greatest attributes can become annoying when there are no new people left to meet. I see the same people everyday.
Wofford is like a typical private school in regards to tuition. In other words, it is very expensive to attend. However, Wofford is very generous at giving out need-based and academic scholarships to its students. The most frustrating thing is probably the lack of ethnic diversity. There is a good amount of ethnic diversity right now, but not what you would see at a public college or university. I believe part of that is due to the high tuiton.
The most frustrating thing about Wofford is the workload. Let's just say it's a lot and it isn't easy so trying to complete everything you're given in a more -than-satisfactory way and maintaining some sort of a life outside of classes at the same time is difficult and frustrating.
This school is very big on Greek Life, sometimes you can feel like you don't fit in as well if you aren't a part of it.
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