Their isn't a person that couldn't attend Southern Nazarene. From adults with full time jobs to high school students just starting out, or even for someone retired that hasn't been to school in years and has no idea how to start back to school. They have created their school to fit and work around everyone, from weekend workshops, online classes, or just your traditional school schedule.
I would recomend that a person who is looking to improve all their basic study habits, testing skills, listening skills, and relationship skills. It is also a small college so anyone looking to start out small and maybe attend a larger Graduate school.
A PERSON WITH CHRISTIAN MORALS, A PERSON THAT WANTS TO BEETER THEIR FUTURE AND MAKE A BETTER LIFE FOR THEIR CHILDREN AS A SINGLE PARENT.
Since this is a christian school, you have to really believe in God, it helps to make it through the classes and get the most out of what the professors are trying to teach. You need to have morals and integrity, because there are a lot of rules that are for the students benifits but you have to have the respect for the rules or else the years are going to be a drag. You also need to have faith in yourself, or else you wont be able to make it living on your own.
Someone who's interested in developing their spiritual life and becoming a part of a true family on campus, as cheesy as it sounds. God is a huge part of what we are and it's truly an uplifting feeling to just walk around campus and know people care. If you're wanting to find a family within a community of good Christian people and excellent academic work, this could be the place to come.
anyone who wants to improve their relationship with God and make some grate close friends for life.
Those who are Nazarene or willing to go to a mostly-conservative evangelical school.
Someone who isn't ready to grow up yet. Someone who wants to be spoon fed life and loves rules and regulations running their lives.
One that is strong in their faith because their values will be challenged.
Independantly motivated person. Conservative. Possibly wants to be coddled.
A very conservative christian, Nazarene would be best. Someone who values a small school and has money to support themselves. Great for theology majors.
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