The students that attend this university act like they're still in high school.
Mostly military students, camden county high school graduates, and a few older people.
There seems to be a fairly even mix of older, non-traditional students who are serious about getting an education and younger, recent high school grads who are not serious about getting an education.
My classmates at St. Edward?s University are diverse, energetic, and focused; with a passion for important global issues and a skill for creative and critical thinking as well as moral reasoning.
Given that I go to a community college, my classmates vary in age from 18 all the way to 65 and are very diverse.
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