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Fact: Colleges make it so hard to navigate their websites and find information on going to school because all of the information they could give you is negative.18 posts and 14 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
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In my college, I mostly concerned myself to find class schedules and that sort of information and I was never really frustrated with that.
If I was interested, I could check out the majors/minors available for my liking and check what the courses were and see an overview of what was taught in them.
So that was my major extend on what I needed to know.
To be fair, college gets more complicated if you need information on other stuff, like grants and facilities for a foreign student or dealing with particular social arrangements and stuff. mainly because I was not involved with such more complex situations.
What information are you looking for mostly?
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I'm afraid that that's not been my experience, personally.
I obviously can't really speak for american COllege websites, but I know that one of the (various) reasons I never pursued a Master's degree at the university was because everything administrative, and their online signups for classes and whatnot, were absolute hot garbage.
I distinctly remember spending like two days between semester trying despertely to figure out which classes i was even ALLOWED to take, much less actually find them because they only listed them with numbers rather than actual titles, nd you couldn't sort of "bookmark" them or add them to a list of any kind. People I otherwise barely ever talked to were on the phone with me and eachother just trying to scrmble figuring out how the hell to actually go to school the coming month.
And that's not to mention after I did get my Bachelor's and needed to print my diploma for some reason about six months later... only to learn that I somehow "signed myself up wrong" for an exam on my third of six semesters. Which I DID go to and DID get my grade in, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to advance to the later semesters, but nope, "you signed up wrong" so now everything's fucked, because apparently no notifications or alarms go off anywhere in their databases when such things happen. YOu're just stuck figuring it out two years later. I could have potentially been charged with fraud for claiming I had a bachelor's degree without being able to print a diploma.
It took TWO WEEKS of calling every single goddamn day before they finally fixed it, and every time I did they cussed ME out.
So in other words, fuck schools as a whole.