I'm not very involved in groups on campus so I don't really have an opinion on this. I know that many students are very active and aware of politics, religion, etc. There are always groups on campus wanting others to come join them.
There are a lot of different people here, because the school is so big. No one would feel out of place at MSU. People wear many different things to class, from suits to pajamas. Most kids are about "average" in financial background.
MSU is as diverse as it gets. There are thousands of opportunities and hundreds of student organizations from bible kids uniting to animal activist groups. You can find just about anything you want to do and join in with.
Driven to succeed with an unending confidence in not only themselves and their own inate abilities, but also in the belief that they are absolutley in the right place and well on their way to accomplishing their goals.
My classmates here are the type of people who know when it's time to buckle down and work hard on their studies, but also know when it's time to be social and have fun - too much studying can make you go crazy.
My classmates come from different cities and backrgounds all over the world. Nearly everyone is in class to learn. If you have a question during a note-taking session, you can feel free to ask a neighbor.
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