My classmates are fun-loving friendly people who are at the school for both the education and experience.
They are interesting.
The classmates at my college are very involved with their education and all the activites the school has planed through out the year.
My classmates are hardworking, attentive students with diverse personalities.
Each and every person is completely different from the next and there is always at least one person that you can get along with and at least one person that you wont.
My classmates are loving conservatives with open minds.
They all have an incredibly mature way of thinking with a dash of mischievousness to keep us on our toes.
Typically, a classmate at this school is WELL OFF financially, the kind of student who has been in 14 different car accidents and still has a brand new car that DADDY just bought for them. They are typically conservative in political views and tend to be easy going, yet when confronted with work, tend to slack.
My classmates are fun-loving but relaxed.
My classmates are friendly, outgoing, helpful people.
Friendly students who are attending school to earn a great education and are very focused on their studies.
Most of my classmates are pretty friendly and courteous to one another.
My classmates are really friendly and easy to talk to. If I have questions I'm feel comfortable with asking any one of them and know that they will help me out. They are very conservative and most don't try to show off or look down on anyone else.
I did not spend a lot of time with other classmates, but mostly because I am an introverted person.
They are all caring, and generous.
My classmates are loving, caring persons.
CONSERVATIVE, SHELTERED, NAIVE, JUDGMENTAL, CHRISTIANS.
My classmates are hard working individuals that strive to be the best they can be yet won't cut down anyone to achieve greatness.
Down to work but can have fun too.
Although there are some awesome people to meet on campus, the students are very judgemental and intolerant for the most part.
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