People who are not serious about earning a degree.
There isn't a person who shouldn't go to this school.
The kind of person that shouldn't attend this school is someone who doesn't want to learn. It would be such a waste to others who want to learn to not get a spot in a certain class that they only teach once a semester.
Anyone needing their hand held through administration and things of that nature. This college definitely requires you to go out and do the things yourself and not to depend on staff doing it for you (which isn't always a bad thing).
A person who does'nt care about learning, or is lazy.
One of my proffesors at PJC told me that their are students and then their are scholars. Students are people who are enrolled... thats it. Scholars are the one who strive to further their education. A student shoudnt be at PJC. A scholar should be here. It's a place where learning is very important. If a person is just planning to chill and relax, then PJC is not the place for you to be enrolled.
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