This school is not for someone who enjoys larger class sizes, more school spirit/activities or wants to join a sorority or fraternity. It is probably not the best choice for someone who is totally unsure of what they want to do because Menlo does not offer a huge variety of majors. A
I would say any student that would perfer a larger school should not come to Menlo. Plus you have to check the majors offered, because limited majors are offered.
Any individual that does not like a small community should definately not attend Menlo College. Menlo College has approximately seven hundred and fifty students attending it with a 15:1 ratio of students to teacher; so anyone that like a class room full of over a hundred students would not like to attend this school. Despite the fact that the are Menlo is located is also a rather small community, it has many city-like features. Any person that does not like city, small communities, and knowing almost everyone around you and vise versa would not like to attend Menlo.
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