If you are not ambitious about your future or willing to pay a huge amount of money for a great education, this university is not for you.
The kinda of person who should not attend this school is someone who cannot stay focused and does not like to stay on task with deadlines (homework). Also, if the person has a huge social life, they should not attend because the amount of work that is given. Another type of person who should not attend is someone who is in the middle financially, where they cannot get extra help to pay for college. The school seems to mostly help those who are below middle class.
Someone who can't afford it. This school is very expensive!
Anybody who has a problem with faith intermingled with education...although not required...might be uncomfortable.
People who like to meet new people and that want a lot of things to do on campus. Those who dont want to feel like they are in high school anymore.
Any person that wants to learn and be successful.
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