Anyone who is willing to work hard while having fun in the process.
The type of person who should attend my college should be driven to succeed and willing to interact and cooperate with a variety of individuals. It would also be advantageous if the person is religious and seeking fellowship with other religious individuals of the same age.
Any kind of person, but especially someone open to different kinds of thinking or has respect for our religious background, because we are a LCMS-ran school. We're near the 'big city' of Chicago, so you'll have to like an urban atmosphere, too.
Anyone who wishes to have a great college experience should attend this school.
Someone who believes in God, wants to become a teacher and can afford the cost of tiutition.
An individual who wishes to be a teacher, pastor, or emphasis in music.
Closed-minded and conservative
Ones with no taste buds for the not so yummy Sodexo food.
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