Very determined and smart. I am in mainly science classes so most students around me are very smart and career focused.
Some are outgoing while others are mre reserved. Depends on the people.
Classmates at Morehead are friendly, personable, smart, and willing to help.
Most of the kids here are really nice and classes and dynamic and interesting.
My classmates are funny. They are quiet at first but as soon as one student breaks the ice then they all seem to come out of their shell. They are all really nice people and very apt to learn and help those that need it.
Most students at MSU are friendly and welcoming, and willing to help anyone who asks for it.
My classmates at Morehead State University are inviting, culturally diverse, responsible, easy to talk to and fun to be around.
Very southern, nice, and outspoken.
For the most part, my classmates are very friendly and accomadating. I feel like most of them are very approachable and willing to help with whatever it is I would need.
the majority of them are very nice and easy to get along with.
Most of my classmates are very friendly and helpful.
My classmates are laid back, yet still care about their grades. They are willing to help each other out when someone doesn't understnad course materials.
Very diverse and mostly ougoing, if you ever miss a class or need help there is always someone who is willing.
My classmates are smart, funny, and a bit shy most of the time.
My classmates are very friendly.
My classmates are upbeat, enthusiastic and very intelligent who also work hard and try to prosper in their career goals.
They are mainly conservative but do listen when you speak even if they disagree. Everyone is very respectful and nice especially to new students. I've never seen anyone make fun of anyone else directly.
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