Most make sure to sit at least one seat away from anyone else even in a very small classroom.
My classmates are dedicated to their future success.
My classmates are very diverse, although they typically have a few aspects in common: they are extremely outgoing and full of life, even during 8 AM classes, and always enjoy having a good time while generally being able to maintain a balance between that and the crucial task of completing their work on time.
Some of them are slackers and miss class, but aboout 3/4 of students usually put in a good amount of effort.
My classmates are respectful, helpful, and sociable!
My classmates and sensible and creative.
Students are open-minded and accept diversity, and students truly want to learn and grow within the classroom and outside the classroom.
Considering that I am an older, non-traditional student, my classmates seem very naive and clueless as to how fortunate they are to be attending such an oustanding four year college.
My classmates are intelligent, innovative, compassionate, and productive.
My classmates are diverse in their outlook on college in that some are very serious students, some are more interested in the social aspects of campus life, and some try to have a good balance of both.
My classmates are culturally/ethically diverse, helpful to others, and academically focused.
They are fun and laid-back.
people with ipods don't talk to anyone, and everyone only talks to people they know or on the phone.
They tend to follow a lot of mainstream, popular, trends instead of finding unique identities.
My classmates are very friendly, helpful and very motivated.
My peers on campus are very friendly. You could walk up to anyone here if lost, and they would guide you in the right direction. Being a transfer student myself, I found it very easy to make friends and embark on the large campus. Students have a great love for IU, and it is almost impossible not be involved on campus with so many organizations. Hoosiers study hard during the week, and play hard on the weekend. chool-spirit is heavily present on campus from Basketball to Football we shout, "HOO-HOO-HOO-HOOSIERS!" - bottom line, we love Indiana!
At IU, I have experienced classmates that are very determined and competitive, and have a strong desire to both absorb new information and apply it in the real world.
Most students are very friendly- this school allows for all individuals to find themselves and create an independent character.
My classmates are typically friendly and helpful to me with tough assignments and when studying for exams.
My classmates are goal oreinted.
I am currently in the journalism school so I am constantly surrounded by very creative people. The creativity is also very diversified in that it ranges from artistic and graphics to the written word. Everyone is also very willing to help eachother out and I know several people that are in several of my classes because it is a smaller school on the campus.
Arogant sometimes, your best friends at other times
They are serious students that usually know what they want and are going for it by attending class and engaging in active discussions and making sure to do the homework and recieving help for it when they need it.
My classmates are diverse and helpful.
My classmates are motivated students with desires to create success for themselves.
My classmates have all learned how to balance an active social life with school and classes.
They are awesome.
My classmates are usually very nice people, but if they have a group of friends already they don't usually brach out and meet other people.
Very diverse backgrounds, skills, and interests, who were usually engaging and open to discussion.
My classmates are very enthusiastic about their education and their school.
My classmates are harworking ,determined, driven individuals who truly want to make a positive difference in the lives of the students that they will teach in the future.
My classmates are knowledgeable, studious, hard-working, motivated, succesful, and interested in helping others learn whenever possible.
Hardworking and strong willed individuals. Very friendly and easy to get along with as well as helpful in sharing notes and getting together to study for exams.
My classmates are confindent and self-aware.
My classmates are ready, willing, hardworking, excited, open minded, thoughtful and friendly people.
My classmates mostly keep to themselves but they are always willing to help if you ask.
My classmates are very diverse and engaging. There are people from more than two-hundred different countries around the world at Indiana University. Being exposed to such a diverse set of people has helped me become a more well rounded student.
Interested in learning, unique interests, individualistic, friendly,
Individuals ready to learn that want to have a good time doing it on the way.
Hard working individuals, working together for a common goal.
My classmates are engaging and eager to learn.
My classmates desire to learn and are fun to be around.
Very diverse and individual.
They are hardworking and helpful.
A lot of differences.
My classmates are fun, energetic, diverse and overall real people.
More focused on partying than schoolwork.
Everyone's personalities vary, but for the most part everyone gets along. I have found most classmates to be helpful, friendly, and caring. There are no cliques. People are accepted for who they are, even when they're from completely different backgrounds. Of course there will always be someone who you can't get along with, but that's life.
My classmates tend to be outgoing, adventurous, and friendly and I believe it has a lot to do with our major being in Tourism Management and focusing on travel, cutomer service, etc.
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