Mercer University Top Questions

Describe the students at your school.


My classmates at Mercer have to be the most diverse, serious, friendly, academically inclined, and interesting group of people anyone could ever meet.


Most of the students that I encounter are like me, adults who wanted to pursue a degree, so we are very supportive of one another.


Mercer is full of the friendliest people I have ever met, people who go out of their way to help and converse with one another, just as a way to get to know each other and to show their southern hospitality.


My classmates are intellegent, classy, exuberant, funny, dedicated, mature young men and women.


The main aspect about my school is building a community, and respectful, kind, and funny are just a few characteristics of my peers that builds that community at it's best.


Friendly, creative, lively


My classemates are friendly, dedicated, and strong-willed and minded to the end.


My classmates are generally from small towns in or right outside of Georgia and the majority of them are very intellectual.


My classmates are very respective and helpful. We form groups to pass our classes.


My classmates have shown themselves to be very knowledgeable,and friendly.


My classmates were friendly and sociable


My classmates are : My best friends, my tutors, and they are some of the most amazing people I have ever met.


Most students here come from strong academic back grounds in high school. Classes are fairly tough and require you to have good communication skills with your classmates.


Hardworking students who enjoy challenges, to better themselves and their futures!


Friendly, hardworkers whoknow when to work and when to party.


Intelligent, yet sometimes snooty.


Some of my classmates are fun but others are just stereotypical frat boys and sorority girls.


Many of my classmates are priviliged and have not been challenged in their views or ideas before coming to school, so many are opinionated or outspoken in theoretical conversations and open discussions, which can be a good thing when you want to hear new ideas.


Classmates are competitive and will do anything to get a good grade, whether they have to flirt, manipulate, and lie to their classmates and teachers for it to happen, so dont always trust who you meet, but there are some amazing people though, so just trust your gut.


My classmates are a varied as the desert. The desert is blazing hot during the day and freezing cold at night. Some of my classmates are at one extreme of just about any scale one can think of (politics, athleticism, religiousness, etc.) and some are at the other end. There are plenty of places to fit in and engage other ideas and people.


The majority of my classmates are intelligent and energetic towards their classes and put enormous effort into all of their classes.


Diverse backgrounds. Most classes filled with students of different majors, religions, and political views who still can keep things friendly and not let differing views turn them into enemies


Intellectual, opinionated and focused on doing well.


Mostly the smart kids from their schools, mostly Baptist (or other Protestant, identifying relatively strongly), conservative at the outset but getting more liberal (slowly) throughout their stay.


My classmates are very diverse in the way they think, worship, live, and even where they are from.


They are different but all focused on what they want out of life.


All of my classmates are hard working and learning-focused individuals with a clear goal in mind.

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