I think that students who lack ambition should choose a different college. That isn't to say that only people who have specific academic and career goals will make the most of George Mason (GMU). Folks who are ambivalent to college, who are going just to go, would be better served by maybe taking a gap year first. If a student wants to attend, learn, and earn their degree, even if they don't have time or energy for the wide range of extracurricular activities, GMU will provide a space for them to blossom. Historically a commuter school, there is a sizable portion of the student body who comes to campus for classes only a couple days a week. GMU has ample accommodations for students study and stay in between classes, and has many student and administrative organizations looking to help everyone succeed. If one lacks the hunger to learn, all the great amenities and opportunities would likely be lost on them. Thusly I assert that it's best to be excited for college and appreciate what it means to attend an institution of higher education before choosing to attend George Mason University.