If you are lazy or not interested in creating art or design, I would not attend this college. You need to be prepared to work hard, and also of course if youre not interested in art or design, you are at the wrong school.
Someone that should attend this school should be. Motivated in what he or she loves , positive, and love art and what they create out of it.
Someone who isn't completely passionate and driven toward pursuing their dream career in visual arts.
The type of person who should not attend Ringling College of Art and design would be a person who doesn't want to work their absolute hardest to improve their art, or see no flaws in their own work they wish to improve.
The type of person who should not attend this school is one who is not passionate and sure of what they want to do with their life. Also, if they are not willing to spend most of their time at school working on projects, they should not come here.
The kind of person who is not looking for a art-filled career.
People that only go to collage to have fun and are not willing to work long and hard hours to make their work better.
Students that can not take critizism for their work. And last people that do not tolerate different cultures and ways of thinking.
Anyone who is lazy or rather, not commited to what thye are doing. If you don't have a strong reason to be here you're not going to do the incredible amount of wok they give you. Anyone who needs to have a lot of free time or a very involved social life, you won't have time for that here. People who are combatant. Unwilling to comply to the rules or follow the suggestions teachers give. Anyone who isn't interested in art.
Anyone who wants to go to college in order to party and get wasted. This is not the school for that. Go to a university if that is what you want. Anyone who is unmotivated, lazy and doesn't really, truely love art probably should look into spending more than one-hundred thousand dollars in some more useful manner.
someone who isn't focused on school.This school has a very demanding work load. You have to take five classed each semester if you are full time.You have to be focused.
a person who would rather party every night and doesnt know how to manage there time well should not go to this school. you HAVE to buckle down and get your work done or they might end up kicking you out of your major.
The kind of person who is not disciplined enough to commit to art and making pieces mostly every day. A person in this school has to be self-motivated and involved in their majors to do well in campus.
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