Nazareth College Top Questions

What kind of person should not attend this school?


In my personal opinion, I do not think that there is a "type" of person that should not attend this university. Being an older, returning student, the Nazareth Community (faculty, staff and studentbody) have been welcoming, and of the warmest regards in my work-study positions, and my academic learning.


Generally speaking college would be difficult for anyone who isnt open minded, so I imagine Naz is no exception.


If someone comes here to party from dust til dawn this is not the school. Nazareth is a small school and you will see people more than once you are not just another student here you are actually a person who the professor want to see be something.


The type of person who should stay away from Nazareth is someone who doesn't intend to be open minded about their classmates. There is a very diverse student body at Nazareth and some people are not ready to handle it because they have not grown up yet. Also, if you need a football team at your school, you should stay away because Nazareth does not have one.


The kind of person that shouldn't attend this school would be anyone looking for a big college or onr that is ethnically diverse. Although the students and faculty seem accepting of others that are different from themselves, the amount of diversity is limited. A majority of the students are white females aged 18 to the late 20s.


If you don't want people to know you and you want to be in a lecture hall where your professors won't see you - don't come here! You need to want to be part of community and get involved.


A person interested in an array of academic classes and a variety of extracurricular activities that provide an education that promotes and motivates students to make decisions through intellectual and ethical values. Overall, Nazareth stimulates student's interests to pursure a meaningful career and become lifelong learners. Moreover, Nazareth inspires its student to become excited about learning and committed to making a difference in the world through the way they live their life.


Everyone can attend my school.


Someone who is close minded.