The kind of person who wants to attend college just to get a degree would not enjoy how rigorous Reed can be--both the faculty and students have high expectations of performance, and the culture is very much about exceeding expectations.
For those looking to graduate and enter the workforce after your Bachelor's, those with strong conervative viewpoints, or anyone who is currently sturggling with existing courswork or not looking for academic challenges, this is not the school for you,
Students who are extremely academically motivated, comfortable being in a very liberal environment, and interested in graduate school (of any kind, professional or academic) should consider Reed.
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