A non-social one.
I think the kind of person who wouldn't fit in with this college is one who wants to party too much and is not economically friendly.
Someone who doesnt like to work hard. Also someone who would rather be in a more loud surrounding. Someone who likes the city more than the country.
If you don't like the cold, you should avoid this school.
People that can't handle mixing alcohol and schoolwork
I'm not completely sure anyone shouldn't attend this school. It was a good experience for me and I think that it's a good environment for anyone. I learned a lot while I attended PSU, both academically and personally and that's what anyone should take away from college.
Someone who is extremely dependent on family, someone who doesn't like college towns, someone who is terrified of cold weather.
someone expecting cutthroat academics
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