They are very welcoming people.
Friendly, I suppose. I'm not a real outgoing type of personality, so I may come across as not so friendly. But overall they are friendly.
My classmates vary considerably. There are those who respond to every question the teacher asks, and those who never say a word making you wonder if they are even awake. There are also a select few who talk, but the majority respect the teacher and stay quiet. Each semester begins with a classroom full of unresponsiveness, but I have found that by the end of the semester my classmates are engaged and attentive.
My classmates are very enthusiastic, talented, inquisitive, and smart.
Very helpful to each other.
My classmates are very friendly and they are diverse; anyone can find friends here.
Students at PSU are driven to work hard to achive their goal of getting a good job once they graduate, while maintaining a freindliness to peers.
There are a lot of students from other countries that attend Pitt State. i guess we have the typical college student.
they are great
My classmates are eager to learn yet many times unwilling to put forth the necessary effort to do so.
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