I do not think that there is any type of person that should not attend. It is a great starting place to complete an Associates degree and is very affordable.
The kind of person who shouldn't attend to Crafton Hills College, is the kind of student who just wants to go there just becuse they are forced to, or just becuase it's something to do. College, Rather it's a Community College or not, should be treated respectfully. Whereas, The students that are already there, want to be there to get a higher education. Yes, most people are there just for pre-req's, but they are there so they can end up transferring to a USC or some other college.
Really anyone can attend, I see it as just a start off point for most peopl. Most of the students will eventually move to bigger colleges but in the recession need to start with junior college. Its a really chill school and most students and professors are really easy to talk to, I cant think of a person who wouldn't be able to attend.
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