Describe the type of student who should not attend University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus and explain why.

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Anonymous,

A student who does not want to be challenged by rigorous courses and wants things to come easy for him is the type of student who should not attend The University of Oklahoma.

Anonymous, Student, University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus, Class of 2019

Those students that are more excited about attending another school, or may have other plans like work, military service, etc. Desire, and timing is everything!

Anonymous, Student, University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus, Class of 2019

The University of Oklahoma is a place from anyone to attend. Everyone is welcoming and friendly, but you have to be willing to get active around the University. That's how you meet people and make new friends. Not being involved will make your time here miserable.

Anonymous, Student, University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus, Class of 2019

I believe that every student no matter race, sex, gender, or age should attend the university of Oklahoma. It is a very diverse place that offers just about everything you can imagine. Sometimes in college it is easy to feel lost, but OU is very welcoming and provides activities or clubs for everyone!

Anonymous, Student, University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus, Class of 2017

The type of person who should not attend the University of Oklahoma is one who does not pride themselves on key life principles such as integrity, honesty, hard work, and open-mindedness. If a person thinks they are going to go to college and just party and pass their classes, they do not need to attend the University of Oklahoma.

Anonymous, Student, University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus, Class of 2019

Apathy, unwillingness to learn, idiocy. These are some of the characteristics of a person who may not make the best of what the University of Oklahoma has to offer. While OU is an excellent place for a diversity of people, I believe that someone who would not make the most of what the university has to offer does not quite belong in the institution. These are thousands of people who get admitted to OU every semester, but thousands more apply and many do not make it for one reason or other. Some of those who don't make it are excellent human specimens, but they get edged out by some who are less deserving and simply want to attend college in order to goof off and waste money, which their parents are paying for their education--an education which their son or daughter are not taking advantage of. In the meanwhile, somebody who didn't quite made the cut, but had all the intentions to learn has to turn elsewhere, thus not being able to experience what OU has to offer.

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