If you hate nature and long walks, interesting people from across the globe, and lots after classes fun; the University of North Carolina at greensboro is not for you.
Closed minded people should not attend this school. Everyone is tollerant of different ideas and beliefs but don't deal well with the "my way is the only way" attitude.
To attend UNCG a student should be open minded and understand that the campus is very diverse not only involving race but also reliion and involved with the LGBTQIA.
People who don't enjoy large crowds shouldn't attend UNCG.
My time at UNCG has shown me that those that take freshman year as a year to ‘figure it out “then this is not the place for them. This is no party school, sure we like to have fun but you can always find the student library full of students on the weekend. If you’re looking to attend a weekly college football games look again we are the Spartans a collegiate soccer team. UNCG is looking to build future leaders so take your studies seriously and you will be welcomed by peers and faculty a like.
I am ultra-conservative, morally and socially so please don't take these words the wrong way: UNCG is not a place for the intolerant. What I mean to say is that UNCG is a liberal school by several definitions: as an institution, as a community, and as an open forum for varied opinions and beliefs. So if you're not able or willing to express your beliefs with the proper discretion, I'm not sure UNCG is the place for you. Too many people are so casuallly wounded by good people who say the right thing the wrong way.
The type of person that would be interested in UNCG would be a very social person who likes to be involved with campus activities and just get to know new people. Everyone here is very friendly so I would imagine if you attend here that you will be the same. If someone is artistic, they should attend this school because of the great dance, music, and art schools here. Really if you are an all around person this school will be a great school to attend.
People who arent going to strive and be determined.
If a student is not willing to learn and is not willing to work for the grades that they want, they should not attend UNCG.
Someone who likes to be walked through a process should not attend UNCG. It is a large school and you are left on your own in many cases. You can not be afraid to ask questions or get lost in a crowd.
There isn't really a type of person that shouldn't attend this school. You either you want to or you don't nobody is forcing you and if you do attend then it's your decision on whether or not you're going to focus or goof off.
A person who isn't driven to succeed or strive for excellence in their respective field of study.
Someone who is not serious about continuing their education
Someone that isn't sociable, can't study independently, or someone that can't participate in class discussions probably should reconsider UNCG.
I feel that any person who desires an education and wants to better their life in some way will love my university. The diversity of my school and the programs offered allow the opportunity for anyone to succeed.
If you are the type of person that expects college to be all fun and games, then UNCG is not for you. You must show the professors that you are serious about your education. A person that doesn't care about their grades just wont make it until the very end.
I feel like anyone who is not willing to work hard or put forth the effort shoudtn be able to attend UNCG. Because I feel like UNCG is a a school where ahrd work and dedication is greatly appreciated.
UNC Greensboro, as previously stated, is a dynamically diverse school. It welcomes students of every different background. Stepping foot onto the campus you see the different causes that the students are involved in and see the different ethnicities, backgrounds, and sexualities, clubs, academic interests, and activities existant. The school prides itself on these things and promotes many experiences to the students that may not all be offered at many other colleges. This being said, there is no one person that should not attend the school or should not feel welcomed.
Anyone can attend this school; it is so diverse and individuality is high. Therefore, no matter you're sexual orientation, race, religion, political views and etc...you will be welcomed. This school is so friendly, we love everyone. Only thing I would say is, if you have a problem with individuality and you're not opinion to different and new things; this may not be the school for you.
I feel like this school is for everyone.
If you only want to go to school for social purposes or anything other than academic, I wouldn't recommend going to college. This is a great campus, and the teachers are wonderful. As for myself, I take school seriously, and don't think people should take up space if they don't.
UNCG is a great college for any person to attend.
A person who isn't motivated, doesn't use their time wisely, and doesn't set aside time for studying should not even consider coming to UNC-G.
This school is fit for any and everyone. The only type of person that would be unhappy here is someone that isn't very open-minded.
This is a very diverse school and is very welcoming. I believe the only people that would dislike this school would be people without an open heart or mind.
Anyone could attend this school and fit in. It is a very diverse campus and almost everyone is open to making new friends.
Anyone who is not willing to broaden their horizons socially, academically, and morally. UNCG is a great school for anybody and everybody!
I think every person should have the opportunity to attend a college.
Dumb question for UNCG!!!!!!! Everyone should!
A person that does not care to put forth enough effort or who may not have the best idea of the direction their major will take in preparing for their career.
An aspiring accountant.
The kind of person who doesnt like a big environment or who doesnt like to be around too many people. There are lots of things to do around campus and if you are a quiet person and dont like to be bothered you shouldnt attend.
Someone who is open for change and diversity.
Independant workers. Adults and students wanting to be better communicators.
A person that enjoys extracurricular activities and athletic events.
Someone who is not open minded should not attend this school. It is quite liberal.
THis school is not for status-seekers. It's not for people who are jerks...but who wants jerks anywhere? It's not for closed minded people, homophobics, or those people who cough loudly and pointedly when a cigarette is smoked within ten feet of them. The people we want here are friendly, open, quirky, artful people with passions and dreams.
Some who likes good food, who befriends people that care about eachother and the world, who wants to be part of a social group, or who thinks drinking isn't the only way to have fun.
Someone who is not optomistic, doesn't like diversity, A person that is not going to put in the work to attend the school with no remorse of flunking out.
If you have no aspirations or goals than you should not come to UNC-Greensboro this school is full of people with great idea and knowledge that far exceeds some of the more influential people of this world and if you are not willing to take on that responsbility than if was not meant for you to attend or be a Spartan. U N C Gggggg
If a person wants to go to college and not have to take any large classes, he/she should go to UNCG. There are way more small classes than large ones. Its helpful for the students because it makes it easier to get to know the professor and to have the professor know you.
Honestly, our campus is so diverse that pretty much anyone would feel at home at UNC-G.
People who are trying to go to a party university or a big university. It is small, under 20,000 I think, but the only campus that still has trees in the UNC system...Nature still exists on our campus!
Someone who is very conservative, and not open to new ideas
I recommend anybody. But if school is not for you do not attend! UNCG works you really hard but in the end the outcome is wonderful
Anyone who is open for a change and is looking for a diverse community .
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