I do not believe there ae any limitations or barriers for someone to attend.
People who should not attend this school would be someone who doesn't like snow, cold, mountains, and is lazy.
Someone who does not like a big campus and can not deal with some big classes. Also frats are not big on campus.
Radical Conservatives, this school has a plethora of liberals and election time was rough for me as a republican just going to and from class everyday. Also if you do not like bible thumpers (easily avoidable) can sometimes be very irritating on campus.
People who need a big city to live in.
People who are looking to enter a carrer in a medical field should skip this school, as well as students who would like to focus on elementary education. CSU does have a teacher licensure program, but it really only focuses on secondary education.
A person who does not have strength of character or who is unable to say no or stand up for him/herself should not attend this university.
Hard workers who really want their college experience to count for something beyond acedemics.
I feel like this school has something for everybody. There are resources for people frome very background, so as long as you are willing to put in the time and effort, this school will help you succeed.
Anyone looking for deep theoretical conversations on the subject of their study, or someone looking for an elite education with "the best of the best" - the faculty are generally very good, and there is an easygoing and accepting attitude here that does not go well with elitism.
Someone who is open minded and wants to be fully engaged in the field they are studying. People who love to bike and the outdoors are good for this school. The music scene is very proficient here as well.
If you are a person who easily gets stressed and overwhelmed with little things, then you shouldn't attend Coloraodo State University. It's a pretty laid back atmosphere on campus and all around Fort Collins.
Everyone will be accepted here, but a person with a sour attitude and no need to learn should not be here. Some kids would do anything to have an education at Colorado State University.
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