A person who doesn't enjoy the cold weather, snow or being outdoors. Also, APU is an expensive private college, so if a student isn't able to afford it on their own, or willing to apply for a lot of scholarships or loans should not apply.
Gullable or one who falls quick to peer presure. An adventurous person wouldnt have alot of fun, if any.
Someone who has everything together. Someone with good grades and a plan. If you already know yourself and what you want to do then this is not the place you need to be. It is easy to become side tracked.
You shouldn't attend this school if you're not looking for family oriented, small town environment. If you're looking for luxury as far as dorm rooms you shouldn't attend this school.
Students that plan to party alot during the semester, and students that have a problem with attending weekly church services.
anyone who does not want to be in a class size of over 200
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