This campus is open to all kinds of students, but if you are not serious about your studies, then you should not attend this school. Southern Arkansas University is very laid back but they do take their educational duties seriously and expect students to do their work.
A person that does not want to apply himself or herself should not attend this school. A person that wants to goof off and not make the most of their time in school should not attend this school. A person that does not want to socialize and meet new friends should not attend this school. Only people serious about their post high school education should attend this school and expect to have an exciting learning experience.
If you like a really big school you shouldn't atten SAU.
A person who like big cities shouldn't attend my school. Also, people who like big inpersonal classes
A student who doesnt like big crowd and big cities. Some one who is focused on academics and not the party life.
All students would fit well at my school.
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