The school is located in Northern California ,but I got to meet many Southern California students. Because you have a mix, you can easily tell where someone is from by their lingo. But, just because we come from different areas does not mean we don't get along. In reality, everyone is very nice, polite and open-minded. It's very easy to start a conversation with someone while waiting at Starbucks or at the bookstore.
The students are extremely diverse, friendly and open-minded. There are multiple cultural and religious clubs on campus that collaborate with one another to bring students together.
My classmates are very nice and helpful. Whenever I need help with anything and vice versa, I know that my classmates will be there to help me.
I begin attending CSUEB this fall (2014) and have not meet my classmates yet.
My fellow classmates are studious and hard-working, but also adventurous and worth knowing.
My classmates are very diverse in age, race, ambitions, and are all rather easy to get along with.
My classmates are hard working and determined. They struggle with the rapid speed of the quarter system but they do so with ambition and faith. They believe in themselves and their future. They will go far.
My classmates are just like me.
Overall, the majority of my classmates display a very ambitious attitude toward learning as well as an open minded perspective reagrding study groups and general support in the class room for one another.
My classmates were extremely helpful, friendly, supportive, interactive and I loved how culturally diverse my classmates and professors were.
Students wanting to go somewhere in life yet they dont want to get out of their comfort zone.
Classmates are really friendly, they will go out of their way just to help you understand what is going on in class.
My classmates are of every race, gender, and size and most are very nice.
My classmates are very social amongst eachother and enjoy communicating to form study groups to pass classes.
My classmates are mostly career focused and wanting to succeed in thier studies and fields
All my classmates are very different from age to race, however I feel that some of my classmates are disrespectful and do not take school seriously.
My classmates are a very diverse group of people.
Nice and very diverse
My classmates are usually quite the average students. Attentive in class, little discussion of matters other than what goes on in class, and most of them keep to themselves.
My classmates come from diverse backgrounds and represent a wide range of cultures, family status, and goals.
Often nice, sometimes older but usually they already have their own friends, so it can be difficult to make friends.
My classmates are for the most part friendly and helpful.
Fun to hang out with yet engaging in class.
My classmates are helpful, friendly, and kind.
All my nursing classmates are hardworking and dedicated people.
Good department for my major, small class sizes help stay focused.
Random. Everyone is from different socio-economic backgrounds and different age groups.
Relatively friends and willing to help
Some classmates dont even help.
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