The kind of person that should not attend this school is a jerk.
Someone who does not take thei college expiriece seriously. Anyone who is no willing to exgage in heir education and academics seriously
Someone who is looking to go to college just for the parties.
The type of person that should attend this school should be good with people because it is a fairly small school so everyone will get to know you. You can't really hide in the student body here. It is a catholic school so a religious background would definetely help and make you more comfortable here. As it should be anywhere you go you need to have a good work-ethic to succeed academically here.
A person who should not attend this school is someone who likes to party alot, who does not like a dry campus on the weekend, a person who wants several different types of clubs and activities, someone who does not want to be in a private school, and someone who wants to be in a bigger school.
I believe this school is available to everyone. However, negativity would bring down motivation for students, but many people would try to help them and encourage them to do positive things.
a person who is easily distracted and do not know what they want to do with their life should not come to this school because it is very easy to get sidetracked.
someone who likes individual attention, a relaxed environment and does'nt like really big schools
The people who should not attend this school are those who are easily bored. At Neumann the students must often find their own sources of fun, especially on the weekend. If a person is very much into the city and/or the arts, this is not the best environment for them to be in. In addition. students who like to party or who would like to live in a fraternity/sorority kind of lifestyle would not feel at home at this college.
A person who is non-motivated and prefers and large campus should not attend Neumann College.
The person that wants to party and takes offense to religion courses. This is a catholic college and you WILL have to complete theology courses and you WILL need community service in classes such as theology and philosophy to pass. The student that wants to do as he or she pleases despite the fact that he or she is twenty-one shouldn't be coming here. This is a franciscan instutution and if they find out you are sleeping around, its not acceptable and could lead to expulsion.
the person who shouldnt attend this school is someone who doesnt care about school or their fututre. here at neumann they strive to make your future successful.
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