The only kind of person I can think of to not attend Richland would be someone looking for campus life activities. Being a community college, there are not many social events and places to get involved. This school is more of a transition school or for those working or with families.
The kind of person that should not attend this school is not a valid question for community colleges. These colleges are designed to give aid to anybody who needs, whether it be finacial or purely academic, this college is made for people to be successful and will help you to make it. If I were to pick a person not to come here, it would be someone who already is in good academic standing and has all the money they need and allow for the people that need that help there get it.
I believe that their is no reason why someone should attend. If they live far away or work a lot, they can take classes online through the school. As long as a person wants to achieve more or to better themselves, they should definitely stay in school!
People who are not willing to work should not attend this school.
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