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What kind of person should not attend Colorado State University-Fort Collins?


CSU is a large school with many classes being very large. If you prefer smaller more intimate settings then this school would not be a place for you. The campus is large so there is a lot of walking or biking to class and all the centers. I personally enjoy this but if you are not into it then this again would not be the place for you. CSU is also in my opinion is a big party school so if you cannot cope with that and just do your own thing then I would not recommend CSU to you.


An individual who is not comfortable in large class sizes or a huge school environment should not attend this school. This school is very strong in the sciences but not as strong in liberal arts. This school has a strong research interest so not all the teachers are good professors and good scientists at the same time. This school is not for an individual who is extremely introverted as the size of the school would swallow up an introverted individual. Individuals who need frequent conferences and help from teachers should also not attend this school, it's too big.


CSU puts a lot of emphasis on the fact that everyone has a place here. I originally tried coming up with a list of adjectives that wouldn't "fit in" at this school, but I erased them all because I honestly believe that any person would be capable of bettering themselves simply from choosing to be apart of the Colorado State community.


The only person who shouldn't attend Colorado State University is someone who is not dedicated to their education. CSU encourages studiousness, and requires a large amount of time to be devoted to the learning process.


I believe that there is a place for everyone at Colorado State University. The sense of community starts in the dorm rooms and even makes it way to off campus housing. Colorado State University is a diverse school that does not put limitations on anyone. Colorado State University is an easily adapatbale school and they strive on respect and accomplishments.


To be honest, everyone can find a place here. However, closed-minded people generally struggle more. Because people from all walks of life call CSU home, you have to be willing and able to handle the diversity. If you want to be a part of the family, you have to act like family, which means no excluding.


The person who should not attend CSU is the person who is looking for a small campus with small class sizes.


If you don't fit into large groups or are very shy, do not go here. The people here are verbose and travel in packs. Solitude is weird for almost all the students here, and people are always traveling in groups. You have to make friends quickly, and you have to stick by them if you want them around, or they will leave. If you are shy, do not go here.


If you don't like extrememly large groups of people or aren't a fan of the mountains, CSU might not be the right place for you.


Honestly, I think anyone could be happy at this school. It all just depends on what you do with your time and what you want to get out of it. If you go in with a negative attitude, then you will most likely not enjoy the experience. If you are open to learning new things and meeting new people, then it will likely be a great experience.