It's decently diverse. Some people are better than others
Respectful. They treat me with kindness everywhere I go and that I cherish.
some are good some are bad, but overall a friendly crowd
The students here at Edinboro are high achieving people, classmates are willing to help out a student if struggling or give advice to help you in classes they have already taken.
My classmates were all ready to learn and grow with our surroundings, experience life as emerging adults, and develop life long friendships.
Like most freshmen, my classmates don't seem to have their heads wrapped around college just yet, but looking at the older students in some of my higher-level classes, the students here at Edinboro University really have their heads screwed on straight.
My classmates are unique, diverse individuals that have a wide range of talents, strengths, and possbilities.
Many people at Edinboro are friendly and willing to help if there are questions.
Great, affordable school!
My classmates are always ready for class and hungry for knowledge.
Students at Edinboro University can be described as well diversed, fun, friendly people.
My Classmates are hardworking and ambitious students.
Helpful, studious, slightly competitive, intellectual, social, and challenging.
Easy to get along with.
Overall the people are not very friendly. They're very cliquey.
My classmates are conversational and friendly.
Middle class, moderate to mediocre students ranging from the fresh-from highschool to middle-aged.
if you don't live on campus you can't make friends.
Everyone is pretty focused and willing to help at any time. Its easy to get help from them esp. non traditional students, there are usually 3-4 in each of your classes and they are more than willing to help you out at any time.
My classmates are often liberaly leaning with really information to back their ideas up
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