When put into a group setting, I have been very pleased at their work ethic and compatibility with other members, and effort to complete assignments, for the most part.
The kids at boise are predominately white, and thats a bad thing. College is supposed to be a melting pot of different ethnicities. But its not like that at BSU.
I haven't met any of my classmates yet but I am looking forward to it.
My classmates are generally friendly, hard-working, and easy to get along with.
My classmates include a wide variety of people ethnically, all of whom are incredibly intelligent, like-minded and focussed.
The majority of my classmates are young and right out of high school.
My classmates are very kind, they love to make jokes, and they are great people all the way around.
They are very outgoing and always willing to help.
The students at Boise State University are motivated for the most part and they are also very involved in their school groups and friends.
My classmates are nice , kind, and polite with will get along with anybody.
My classmates are very nice and helpful. If you need notes or just missed a sentence in class, they will give them to you right away.
The students at Boise State are very accepting of all racial, religious, LGBT, socio-economic, and other various groups. I would be surprised if someone felt out of place at the school, there is definitely a place for everyone at BSU. There are so many different types of student from traditional, non-traditional, international, etc on campus and we all work together to make the campus feel like a second home. We all interact, just during orientation I was talking to dozens of completely different kinds of people. The differences in one another are definitely embraced.
I have come across classmates from every race and academic level.
My classmates at Boise State University are mostly around their late teens early 20s with some other ages thrown in. Around 80% seem driven towards their degree.
Mostly conservative over-privileged types who seem to think that the world owes them something.
Everyone is different. Many of us come from different backgrounds, cultures, experiences and we each have our own style of learning. Most of my classmates are respectful, they participate, and we're all anxious to learn as much as we can in order to keep succeeding.
Classes are typically engaging and everyone is willing to have input. Professors tend to be direct and very clear when stating what they ask of students.
Everyone is incredibly nice and willing to help you whenever needed.
My classmates are focused, encouraging, caring, considerate, resoponsible, self-motivated, fun, and great people to be around.
My fellow classmates at Boise State University are typically around the ages of 18-21, but there are also many older students aswell. Although, the age differences all of my fellow classmates are extremely kind, driven and willing to help me and others.
Not very social and everyone keeps to themselves unless there is a group project.
Most are your average 19-23 year old urbanites... very hot girls here :)
Hardcore football fanatic hippies.
Most of the people I've encountered here are very friendly. When you pass people on the sidewalk, its socially acceptable to look at them and smile. I transferred from Idaho State, and in Pocatello, this was not the case...in fact, people actually gave me mean looks when I tried that! I sit by very nice people (of all ages!) in all of my classes. Meeting new friends is not a problem at Boise State.
My classmates are different, ranging in age, ethnicity, and social activity preferences.
The overall attitude of my classmates is a lack of focus, they do not take their studies seriously enough, they do the minimum work to get by, and a general sense of laziness.
My classmates are very outgoing and judgmental.
All of the people I have met, and are now good friends with, are happy and energetic, and always willing to lend a hand.
We are all in different phases of our lives.
My classmates all have their own assortments of qualities that set eachother apart and contribute to the greater good of other fellow students.
My typical classmates are full of themselves, always complaining, lazy, and late to class.
My classmates seem to be self centered and only worried about themselves. There is not alot of class comrodery
Friendly, outgoing, and always willing to help if other students have a problem with understanding material.
At BSU, while the student body is incredibly diverse in personality, age, and ethnic background, everyone shares the common goal of pursuing their further education--however, the difference between BSU and other schools is that everyone here is not only fun-loving and friendly, but as classmates and friends, are willing to work hard, and help and inspire one another; thus making getting an education an experience, rather than a job.
My classmates are individuals from different backgrounds, race, and cities that have come together to one place to learn and work hard to perfect their future vocation.
Very friendly and available and willling to help when needed.
The classmates at the school in my field of study have all developed relationships throughout the years of going through the same courswork, although we all come from different walks of life, we are joined together for a common purpose of promoting social justice and advocating for those in need.
attentive and ready for the work load ahead of them
The classmates are caring and motivated, they want to see you succeed as well as themselves.
Mostly friendly and willing to work in groups.
Everybody comes to class with a friendly and upbeat attitude and they are willing to help a fellow student out if asked.
More open-minded that most Idaho residents are assumed to be.
Very young, diverse, and interesting.
Talented, helpful, accomplished and resourceful people.
Friendly, helpful, inspiring, and intellegent.
Young traditional students who have more preference for football rather than academics.
My classmates are all dedicated students and hard workers.
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