If you're looking for a party school, Embry Riddle isn't the school for you. Im an honest college student, and I can admit that having fun is an important part of the college experience. Everyone wants to have a good time at college and drink and adhere to the college stereotype; to a certian point, I don't think that's a problem. Embry-Riddle is very uptight, and most of the jobs you'll get from this college are in the government or the aviation industry. Embry-Riddle is a serious school.
A person that should not attend Embry Riddle is someone that is not sure about what they want to do. Embry Riddle consist of really specialized fields which from day one get you started on what you may be doing in the future. If you are not passionate about any of the majors that offered there and are just doing because you do not know what else you want to do then you will not do good at the school. There you need to have a real passion for what you are learning and doing for you to succeed there.
This school is for the broad minded and those who are dedicated to success. The ones who atrtend the university are of the top engineering minds there is to offer. There are also various organizations and jobs looking for students from this college so there is some of the worlds top dependable and briliant minds attending this school, no matter what the major they are heading towards.
People aiming for a liberal arts major; however, we do offer programs for liberal arts.
People who cheat to get ahead because our mistakes can hurt many poeple if you dont know what your doing when your hired, if you are not open to understand other people's culture or religion because there are people from litterally every corner of the earth here, and finally people who are over critical about school sponsored events because this school has countless events and programs for students to attend and enjoy.
This school pushes students to reach thier goals. Students who arent quite sure what they want to do shouldn't go here as motivation to reach our dream career is mainly what drives success and this university.
Everyone interested in the aviation field should attend this university. That is if you do not want an organization with great educational background and prestiege. Embry Riddle is the place to be when it comes down to letting your dreams fly literally.
Don't waste your money like me, commit 100% to your studies and to the industry that you want to be a part of. That is precisely what I did when I went to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for Aerospace Engineering. I spent five years at Cal Poly only to come out with a 2.99 G.P.A. It doesn’t matter if GPA isn’t an accurate indicator of a person’s work abilities, the companies out there use it. So you need to have a good one in order to get a job in your field.
From campus tours, and talking to students and staff that currently attend the school, the kind of person who should NOT attend this school is someone who is lazy, arrogant, and unfocused. Embry-riddle is a top notch school for aviation enthusiasts, not entirely for people who fly planes but people who want to work on them, be in the environment as them and so on.
If you are not interested in aviation or engineering this is not the school for you.
Someone who is not interested in a technical degree. This school is for engineering, physics, science, and airplanes.
A person who dislikes Florida and the aviation field. Also, if your primary concerns are women then I do not recommend it, but if you are a women expect to get more attention than usual.
Someone who wants to be handed everything, anyone who wants to party all the time but doesn't want to join a fraternity or sorority.
If you are not interested in aerospace or you are not yet sure what you want to do, Embry-Riddle is not the best choice. Since the classes and curriculum are so specified, if you change your mind, change your major, you are almost definately going to have to change schools. There is an extremely high number of drop outs after freshman year since many students decide to follow a different path and have no choice but to change schools.
High strung and very motivated.
Anyone looking to get into the aviation community to include aviation safety, meteorolog, air traffic controlling, or flight in general.
The type of person that should not attend Embry-Riddle is someone who is not goal oriented, independent , or thick skined.
Someone who isn't sure what they want to do with their life. You should only come here if you know you want to be in the aviation/engineering field.
Lazy, unmotivated people. People who aren't sure of exactly what they want to do. It is too expensive to change your mind here.
Someone who really doesn't know what they want to do, and/or doesn't like airplanes. Someone who isn't very focused on school. Someone who needs a lot of social activities separate of those of fraternities/sororities.
someone who likes aviation
Anyone that loves aviation and has lots of money and doesn't like be surrounded by girls.
Anyone not interested in aviation shouldn't attend this school.
You must love Aviation and be good at Science and Math. otherwise dont come here!
Someone who is not ready to do a decent amount of work should not attend this school. Also someone who is looking for just a "party school", should definately look for another school.
Someone that is ot open to other cultures and various types of people.
if the person doesnt want to spend time working and would wrather party all the time this school is probably not the best choice
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