My classmates are like-minded, supportive, and creative people.
My classmates are kind, caring, devoted Christians.
The people in my classes are warm, friendly, mostly wanting to go to heaven, strong-willed, hard workers, wanting everyone to succeed around them.
Freed-Hardeman students transcend the the idea of traditional college classmates in that they form life-long friendships with each other and are bound together emotionally and spiritually like a family.
They are friendly, sweet,caring, motivated, and enjoyable.
My classmates vary in so many ways as far as backgrounds, but we are all striving for excellence in our careers and most importatly excellence in the sight of God.
All classmates are friendly and very willing to help with anything.
Very friendly and outgoing.
My classmates are very nice, friendly, and easy to get along with.
Classmate for the most part care more about others than they do themselves.
Christians who want to learn and have a good time while remembering that we are on this earth to be the best people we can be for God and his glory... We are still allowed to be crazy!!!
Most are very nice and friendly, but honestly, things that should be kept between friends often reach the majority of the student body in a short amount of time.
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