The other students here at Mars Hill University are really friendly, and most of us come from smaller, christian towns so we all have alot in common. There's definitely not any prejudice here, and we do not really form cliques like I've seen at some of my other friends schools. SInce this school is not extremely big, and we all pretty much know each other, theres definitely a lot of trust going on, and there's always someone to hang out with or go to dinner with because we're a really close comminuty.
My classmates are a young earger group of students who are glad to be in school and try their hardest.
My classmates are eager to learn, willing to experience new things and capable of achieving their goals with proper guidance and self discipline.
Once into my major and more upper level classes, my classmates work hard and are enthusiastic about their schoolwork.
My classmates are very dilligent workers who are exremely helpful to everyone and are also determined to pass each course to the best of their abilities.
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