The kind of person who shouldn't attend this school would be someone who does not agree or tolerate the Christian faith. Friends University is a private college taught on the basis of Christian values/faith, and therefore as part of the required curriculum each student has to take a class that teaches and encourages the prinicipals of the Christian faith.
Any type of person should attend this school. Athletes, muscians, artist, etc this school has it all.
I don't really think I can answer that question, I can't think of a single person that wouldn't be welcomed at my school due to the strong Friendly Christians community here which teaches us to love and not to condem.
A person who is not very well motivated, someone who doesn't like to work hard, a person who wants it all handed to them or someone who hates homework. People who like to party a lot or just look at college as a big social scene should not attend this school.
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