I think that someone who is not driven to succeed should not attend. ASU is full of motivated students and the students who do not strive to be the best they can be and who don't want to make the best grades they can somewhat bring down the other students.
The downtown campus is more business associated. If a student isnt eager to learn and actually succeed in achieving their goal in the career they have chosen for themselves they are not going to like the environment that the school is centered on. This campus is pretty mellow and down-to-earth at times but is still connected to the main campus as a whole.
The type of student that shouldnt attend here would be one who just doesn't care about themselves or those around them. If they have no goals and/or no desire to help those around them, this school wouldn't be a great choice for them. I've noticed downtown, that everyone is friendly and encourages others to do well.
The classes are very personnal since it is still a fairly new campus. A person who does not like smaller classes should not attend this school. I think you must also be very accepting of others. There are no cliques in this school at all. Anyone can be anyone's friend from class.
If you are not outgoing, social, and determined, ASU will not be a good school for you. You should be dedicated and ready to learn if you feel as if you would like to attend ASU and succeed.
I believe a person that has very little work ethic shouldn't come to this school. This school isn't for those who like to either just follow around the smartest student or barely squeeze by with a passing grade.
It hard to succeed at this school if you don't put yourself out there a lot.
If you are the type of person that chooses a social life over the importance of your education then this is not the school for you. However, if you are the type of person searching for self-fulfillment and self-realization, then this school would be the best choice for you.
Someone who hates the heat.
Someone who has no direction or plan in life.
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