My classmates were working adults over 30 seeking their first undergraduate degree in order to increase their advancement opportunities.
I am enrolled in night class so we are generally older and even though I'm young the older crowd still allows me to fit in!
My classmates are a mixture of kids just out of high school to older generations coming back to school, most of my classmates live in a rural area and would consider themselves "country folk".
Theywere average midwestern students who took their studies seriously. We were in small classes, so I got to personally know each of them. They came from different types of backgrounds, and we all had different ambitions for the future. Our common goal was to go on to do great things for our country and the world. Although they were jocks, computer nerds, sorority and fraternity freaks (yes I am in this category), environmentalists, feminists, and those who still did not know where they truely fit in, we all got along and actually had a ton of fun within our classes.
Everyone here is rather nice for the mst part. Wonderful dorm life.
My classmates were generally always willing to help explain something I didn't understand.
My classmates at Drury University are very welcoming and everyone goes out of their way to make eachother feel included.
My classmates are intelligent, provide a variety of views and experiences, and enhance the learning experience beyond the classroom.
I love to be with my friends, I can't live without them.
My classmates are smart, creative, talented, friendly, outgoing, energetic, positive, fun, and liberal.
They are great, understanding, and helpful.
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