I person who would like to go to a big school should not come here. There are currently only around 2,000 people here so i suggest to be a person who likes to know and see everyone a lot.
A person who wants one on one attention from progressors, someone who loves to have class discussions versus lectures. Also someone who wants to be a part of a tight nit community and have the chance to be involved in many activites. The school is located in a medium sized city, so someone who likes the "city feel", but doesnt want to chaos of a large city.
Anyone should attend.
A lazy one.
One who shouldn' attend this school, is one who likes huge crowds, and likes to skip classes, because all the professor's know students by their first names, and knows when they aren't present.
The type of person that shouldn't attend this school is someone who likes big universities. Also, someone who likes to be "just a number" and who doesn't recognize most people as they pass them on the way to class.
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