People that are looking for a small school where teachers are relatively tough but accessible for help.
People who care little for the human condition, for others, and for the pursuit of a life of success, happiness, and aid to others.
I would say someone whose major revolves around art. We have a pretty good art program but I know there are other schools that would have more resources for an art major.
They should not attend this school if they do not like small campus' or classes, they should not attend if they are people who blow off class and only want to take tests for a grade, participation is key to this university. Also they should not attend if they are not willing to put in the time and effort to study, if they dont they will flunk out.
Someone who doesn't mind a small campus where he/she will pretty much come to know or recognize everyone on campus. Someone who likes to be invovled in campus activities. Also someone who doesn't mind that we are located in a bad neighborhood- we are a jesuit school afterall.
Liberal, progressive, multi-ethnic, non-Catholic.
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