Coe is a place where academic endeavor melds with pure enjoyment. I would think that any student could find something of interest on campus. I do not feel that the college would be a bad fit for anyone. A student looking to study in a truly stringent setting might be disappointed but otherwise Coe has something for everyone.
Anyone looking for the anonyimity of big classes. Also someone looking for a small club or group to belong to. The school is small enough that it doesn't quite have as many. There is also not a traditional frat/sorority experience as they do not have independant chapter house, rather large rooms within the dorms.
The kind of person that shouldn't attend Coe is the person that does not have an open mind about education and does not find benefit in taking non-major oriented classes. This person should also not care about attending classes or participating at any level in classroom discussions.
someone who likes night life, or big city feel
People who want to become a lawyer. People who want to be different and not be judged.
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