A person that has no goals or motivation should not attend this school because it is very rigorus. The professors expect students to know where they want to be in life and know how to get there. Its a very independant campus when it comes to finding your way. Even the academic advisors try to lead us toward knowing where we will be when we graduate otherwise it makes it very difficult placement wise. They have programs for different career paths; if one doesnt know where they want to be then they probably wont be able to graduate on time.
If a person is looking to go to college solely to party every night, they shouldn't attend the University of Indianapolis. We have a dry campus, which means that alcohol is forbidden. However, this does not make the school less fun--one can always find something fun to do on the campus. If a student expects to go to college and make excellent grades without putting forth an effort, they should not attend this school. While classes are usually interesting, there is quite a bit of work put forth and professors always expect the best.
I would say the only exemptions of those who shouldn't attend this school are those who aren't serious about thier future. Also, I think it depends on the individual's learning style. If someone is intimidated by small classes and moderate attention in class, then this wouldn't be the school for that person to succeed. University of Indianapolis strives itself on hands on activites and personal and group perticipation in class.
The kind of person that should not attend this school is a person that wants to focus solely on their career path. The University of Indianapolis is liberal arts school that requires students to take classes not only for their major but also in other areas of study. For example, a business major also has to take a science, foreign language, and art class.
You shouldn't attend this school if you are looking for a party school. There are parties but not a ton and they are not extremely big. Also, this school doesn't have fraternities or sororities so if that is important to you I wouldn't look at UIndy. Lastly, academics are HUGE here so you have to care about your grades.
The only person that should not attend this school is a person who will not show up for classes, attempt to do their work, or has no motivation to succeed. As long as you are there to work hard towards what you want to do, you are perfect for this school. Never give up!
The only kind of person that I can think of that should not attend is someone that thinks he/she knows everything. The University of Indianapolis is a school that welcomes all and the faculty/staff encourages learning in an exciting & challenging enviroment.
People who should not attend this school are those who are not going to give an effort. The classes cannot be passed without actually working to study and remember the material and anyone who misses six consecutive classes will be dropped from the class.
Someone who thinks it's going to be just like highschool and so is going to act the same: party, not do homework, have fun all weekend every weekend, put no effort into doing excellent in classes.
Someone who wants to party on campus a lot. Someone who wants to sit in large lecture hall classes. Someone who isn't going to be happy in a small community setting.