People who dont like the ocean or coastal weather shouldnt go to this school. its a very green, enviromental type of school with a laid back vibe and if you cant handle that or you need more structure then this isnt the school for you.
A person who does not like to do work. This could vary from school work to internships and other jobs. This shool wants to help you build your resume and you have to be involved with a lot to do it. People who also have to change your study habits. If you are a person in high school who does not have good grades and never does homework then this is not the place for you unless you're willing to change.
The type of person who shouldn't attend USU is someone who can't handle being comitted to learning or is bad at managing their time. Someone who is unable to multi-task between family, work, and school.
A person that likes big cities and big schools should not attend CSU Monterey Bay. If someone doesn't like having so much help opportunities then they shouldn't attend this school.
I believe that everybody has the freedom to attend school and do as they please so as long as they do not hinder my progress of acquiring knowledge. It is up to each and every person to make the decision to either benefit or discard the opportunity to gain knowledge. Therefore, I cannot think of any person that should not attend this school if wisdom and learning is what they are seeking.
Someone who knows what they want to do for a career. Someone who is conservative. Someone who doesn't like cold/rainy/ windy weather.
The people who shouldnt attend CSUMB are those who arent accepting to alternative lifestyles. There is a large art based population and a large group of those who enjoy nature; Monterey Bay is the perfect place for both of these "groups". One who is used to the "big city" and hustle and bustle of a metropolitan area wouldnt nejoy the slow and natural pace of this town.
This school is not for a person who loves the city lifestyle.
No idea I think everyone would fit in except if they want to be in the city all the time.
Someone who is just here to socialize or play video games all semester and then try to ask for extra credit and help when finals come around.
people who are not very socialable and do not get involved.
Someone who cannot stand being in a small town setting, where most people are friends, and someone who doesn't want to enjoy their time, not spend a lot of money and get a good education from professors who really want to teach you without promoting their latest book. Someone wants to be sports all the time, or wants a Div. 1 team, and will not root for the team in their ups, and downs. And someone who doesn't want to make a lot of friends, and be involved in the school. They should not come here to CSUMB.
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