Students who are attracted to a large school would not be a good fit for McLennan Community College. MCC has small classes and isn't a good fit for students who like the "real" college experience. Since there are no dorms, frats, or sororities there are less extra curricular activities. However, this does not take away from the level of education or faculty. There are many educational opprotunities for students who attend MCC.
If you are looking to earn a degree without planning on working for it MCC is not the place for you. The teachers do care a lot about the academic welfare of their students, but they will make you earn your grade instead of just letting students pass in order to reach their quota.
At my school anyone and everyone is welcomed to our school no matter who they are. I would say that those who are not caring about trying to attend it or just wanting to not do anything. Basically someone who doesn't care about going to school.
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