Most of my classmates are very driven, kind, and compassionate.
Interested in learning.
Most people here are very eager to learn and determined to suceed in their field. Most are also very friendly, but are not always known to be the ones to start a conversation or friendship. Most are just here for classes and then go back to their home/jobs.
My classmates seem to have a good idea of what they want out of life.
My classmates are very friendly and helpful, and have a lot in common with me, since the majority of us are in the same major.
Most of my classmates are immature and they don't understand what it is like being in the real world yet, working for a living and supporting themselves.
They're very friendly, nice, and always willing to help each other.
Very energetic, fun to be around and very intelligent.
In one sentence: My classmates are part of my extended family.
Just be yourself college is a place to find out who you really are
Most of my classmates are easy to get along with and aren't pretentious.
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