University: the place you go to further your education, attain more knowledge and make new friends along the way. Edmonton is home to many great universities, but we chose to focus on the University of Alberta for this particular list. It is the largest university campus in Edmonton so odds are you or some people you know may just be enrolled there.\nREAD ALSO: 13 Spots In Edmonton Where You Can Get Cheap Drinks For Under $12\nUniversity is not the worst place in the world, but it does have its moments where students are left questioning why they enrolled in the first place. You gain a real sense of independence and while it can be liberating, it can also be frustrating. Yes, there are going to be times where you have to live on Kraft Dinner meals for a few nights, but we can assure you that the struggle won't last forever. We wanted to add some humor to this list so that U of A students can relate. Have a look at 21 struggles that every U of A student knows all too well.\nYou want to flex in your nicest outfit, but the Edmonton weather cramps your style.\nYou end up wearing your worst outfit on a nice day, therefore you have to go back to the drawing board.\nWaking up in time for your 8 a.m. Business Stats course at MacEwan University.\nJust the thought of this point already makes us clench our fists like that Arthur meme.\nRemedy Cafe on 109th street is always busy, no matter what time it is.\nAnd you have to do a full lap around the cafe to find a spot, both upstairs and downstairs. Then you also have wait in line to order your butter chicken wrap and that chai latte, and we all know how long that takes.\nYou constantly find yourself telling your non-university friends that you can't hang because you have to study for your sociology exam at Cameron library.\nAnd then your friends tell you all the reasons why you should ditch your studies and indulge in ¢39 cent wings at Hudsons on Whyte Ave. Oh the temptations...\nYou have to do the earphone/ headphone volume test in Cameron Library, just in case.\nThe last thing we want is to be told by a student studying for their Administrative Law exam that they can hear the words from Bad and Boujee blasting in our headphones from two tables down.\nIt is impossible, we repeat, impossible, to find parking.\nAnd you don't wanna pay for parking so you drive around the residential neighbourhoods hoping to find a decent spot.\nEven when you do park in the residential area, you still get a ticket.\n$75 parking ticket?! Sorry but please show us where the no parking sign is? Don't worry, we'll wait.\nYour dinner consists of Kraft Dinner in a cup because you spent all your money on textbooks and chai lattes from Remedy Cafe.\nSeriously, if you are a student and cannot relate to this... we applaud your self-control.\nConstantly checking your wallet to make sure that you remembered to bring your student ONECard.\nSeriously the most important document you need to have if you are a U of A student.\nTrying to find a decent place to nap on campus.\nWhere to snooze this time? The seating area at Student's Union Building, Cameron library, Law library or Rutherford library?\nOnce you find you arrive at your favourite napping spot, you find out it's taken.\nWhy can't the U of A have siesta hour? From 2-5pm. Is that too much to ask?\nYou ask yourself why you ever stood in line at Tim Hortons.\nYou wanna step out of the line, but then you remember how crucial that large double double coffee is when it comes to studying for that Business final.\nStaying up until 4 a.m. to complete a major assignment due at 10 a.m.\nYes, completing an assignment worth 40% is a priority, and so is watching Fresh Prince on Netflix.\nThere's always delays with the LRT.\nNext thing you know, you're waiting at Southgate station for 10 minutes, and you have a business final to write in 20 minutes. SMH.\nTrying to decide what to eat at the Food Court in SUB Mall is a struggle on its own.\nIt's even harder to decide on an empty stomach.\nYou have a study session with your friends at Remedy that eventually turns into a tea-spilling session.\nWho doesn't gossip? Just make sure you don't spill the tea all over those color-coated notes you took in your marketing class.\nOne of your classes is on the other side of the universe.\nBe sure to wear running shoes for those days. Great cardio workout though!\nEvery time it snows heavily, you pray for a snow day.\nIf we had a dollar for every time this has happened....\nWhen you're on the LRT heading to your 8 a.m. Sociology stats class, and you get off at University station only to find that class has been cancelled.\nAre. You. Freakin. Kidding. Me?\nYou reminisce how easy everything was in your first year.\nNow that you're in your third year, you question why you even registered in the first place.\nTextbooks cost an arm and a leg at the U of A Bookstore.\nUgh, if only money grew on trees.\nHaving a social life that's just as bad as your academic one.\nInstead of studying the menu at Hudson's for their Wednesday wing night, you're stuck studying for that psychology final.