Ones who do not want to try and just want to come and pary and those who don't like snow.
Someone who shouldn't attend this school is one who takes things for granted, doesn't try their hardest in all they do, or has no consideration / respect for others they are working with or learning from. I would say that being at St. Bonaventure's, one needs to exibit a great amount of discipline and dedication to their work, along with humility and respect. I, personally have found that these qualities are necessary to succeed academically and grow both personally, socially, and spiritually!
Someone who isn't interested in learning different things at a liberal arts college and isn't willing to put themself out there to meet new people or engage in the multitude of activities on campus.
People who have a love for art should not attend this school because we do not hae very many opportunitites in that area. Also people who enjoy the city because there is a small amount of people and not a lot to do.
People who cannot entertain themselves
The kind of person that shouldnt attent this school is a person that is looking for big classrooms and no individual attention. Also anyone who is not financially stable because it is very expensive to go here because it is a private university. It is a small campus and I know almost everyone on the campus. So if you are looking to meet someone new every single day this might not be the university for you.
St. Bonaventure is a small Catholic College in a rural community about 80miles southeast of Buffalo. If you are looking for a large campus community in an urban area or a suburb of a city St. Bonaventure is not for you. St. Bonaventure is in the Snow Belt so you have to love long winters and grey skies also.
A person that doesn't like living in a small town environment.
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