People who like large parties and large class size.
Someone that is simply looking to breeze through classes and party. It is a small school, but the teachers are very good at what they do and will not tolerate shoddy work. Some of the professors are wrongly accused of being poor because they give out a lot of work. That's the point. By doing the work you will better understand what it is they are trying to teach you. If you're not willing to put in the work, you shouldn't apply to Robert Morris.
All people should apply to Robert Morris University.
I dont think there is a type of person that shouldn't attend Robert Morris. I've met so many different people so it seems like almost everyone can attend Robert Morris without having an social or educational problems. Robert Morris has so many offices to help you with any type of problem you may have, and they set up many events to get to know other students. They bridge the gap between high school and college.
I wouldn't consider this school for freshmen students. The campus life is not very exciting and they are getting very strict with their drinking policies.
I wouldn't attend this school if you are unsure of what you want to do. It is important that you know what career you want to end up in, because to graduate in 4 years you need to be focused on one major, not switching.
This college is for someone who wants to enjoy the college experience. If you want to drive hard to learn as much as you can are interested in only academics and how well you can do academically, go to another school. Robert Morris has the teachers and means to provie a quality education, but the attitude here is more laid back when it comes to academics. Sporting events are big here and you have to love sports if you want to come here.
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