Describe the type of student who should not attend Texas A & M University-College Station and explain why.

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Anonymous,

Someone who is not willing to try to get to know people and who keeps to themselves and does not take the initiative to join organizations.

Anonymous,

Although Texas A&M is a large public college, it is not for people who prefer large cities, as College Station is a relatively small town. However, anyone wanting to receive a quality education, especially in science, business, or engineering, should definitely consider attending A&M.

Anonymous,

While we are very reluctant to deny anyone from Texas A&M University- College Station, students who do not have the capacity for school pride, passion, or drive will probably not enjoy their experience at Texas A&M. We really do take school spirit to the next level here, so participating in things like Midnight Yells, Silver Taps, Bonfire Memorial, Muster, and standing during football games are just as much of a commitment as acing your classes are. We also do not tolerate any type of hate/negativity on our campus, so students who actively condescend on others should definitely not attend Texas A&M University, because that is in direct conflict with the Aggie Spirit. Lastly, if an individual happens to be dishonest, they should definitely not attend Texas A&M University-College Station. We are one of the very few schools who takes our student conduct code incredibly seriously, and it is not uncommon for professors to require a student to write it on papers, quizzes, or tests being submitted; "An Aggie does not lie, cheat, steal, nor tolerate those who do" is one of the most prevalent mottos on campus. A student who does not or can not abide by that rule should definitely not attend Texas A&M University, because academic-- or social-- misconduct that violates said rule will absolutely not be tolerated in the least, which could lead to expulsion from the University. Overall, anyone who does not enjoy school spirit/participation and is actively negative, hateful, and/or dishonest should not attend Texas A&M University-College Station.

Anonymous,

A student who has no school spirit and is not willing to work hard should consider another school. However, anyone who makes people feel worthless, unsafe, or discriminated does not deserve to be called an Aggie whatsoever.

Anonymous,

The type of student who should not attend Texas A&M University is a student who does not care about the success of their education and someone who does not want to put in the time and effort towards their future.

Anonymous,

Referring to my previous question response, I wholeheartedly feel that any person could feel at home at Texas A&M. The familial atmosphere of College Station makes it a very easy town to live in as well as meet many other Aggies. The networking and overall positive communication within the Aggie Family makes it easy for me to say that anyone can be successful and genuinely happy at Texas A&M University.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2018

Students who should not attend Texas A&M University are those who don't care. Those who don't care about their education or the legacy they leave, shouldn't bother applying. It's hard to dictate who belongs and who doesn't because there is such diversity and inclusion in the institution, who am I to claim who deserves to be an Aggie and who doesn't? However, I know the one thing in common all students and faculty at Texas A&M have is love for their university and the immense care and respect they posses towards the school and for each other.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2016

This type of student can't have low C's no studying habits. Has not done any scholarships or anything else to prepare for their future.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2019

I believe people that like liberalism or are extreme liberals wouldn't like this university. Although Texas A&M has a lot of diversity, it is very rare to see students doing something crazy or in public.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2015

One should not attend Texas A&M if they have no attachment to tradition or only think for themselves. If one is not selfless in anyway, they should go find a more suiting school.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2018

Someone who doesn't want anything out of the college experience but their degree. There is something for everyone here at Texas A&M and the spirit of Aggieland is felt through everything.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2018

If you are a person that does not enjoy excellence, brotherhood, tradition, lots of great activities, friends, fun, great instruction, or a career that will lead you to financial success, you should not attend TAMU. Also, don't even think of coming to TAMU if you don't want to belong to one of the finest institutions in the world. You also should stay away from College Station if the color maroon does not agree with you...for, you will surely be ill on this campus.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2017

The student that should not attend Texas A & M University is the one that attends just to blow off classes and party all the time. Although there is some degree to "partying" here, there is much focus on academics and striving to make one's dreams reality. There is no constant "party scene", but there are always opportunities here for one to give back to the community or to be one step closer to one's dreams.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2017

A student who is not dedicated to learning their profession with integrity and dignity...and any one who supports the Texas Long Horns! Gig' em!

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2019

Texas A&M is such a welcoming school that accepts everyone as their own. Even people who feel they do not belong at the university will find themselves in love with the "Aggie Spirit" and willing to spread kindness.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2019

Any student who is unwilling to commit to their academic and personal growth should not attend Texas A&M. This school welcomes many great students but will not tolerate those who do not believe in success.

Anonymous, Student, Texas A & M University-College Station, Class of 2017

Texas A&M University is not a good fit for the student who does not interact with others. Our university is very social and is home to over 1,000 student organizations so nearly every student gives back to the community in one of our over 1,000 organizations. If a student is not friendly, this university will not benefit them because it is tradition to greet everyone we meet with a "Howdy!" to promote togetherness and a close-knit student body of over 55,000.

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