Just like any other first year student, I was nervous about going to college because all my high school friends went their separate ways. After my first day at Simpson College all my fears and doubts disappeared. My classmates here at Simpson are extremely nice and genuine. The upperclassmen don't show hierarchy to the first years, and you can tell they truly care about you and want to help with any troubles you have. My transition to college was really easy because of the student atmosphere that Simpson had.
They are a lively, fun, energetic, and extremely smart group of students.
My classmates are all unique in their own way, each classroom provides a variety of students.
My classmates are fun, easy to work with, and knowledgeable about what's going on in class.
My class mates are normally just normal students, some party on weekends some don't. Some are male some are female. They are all different and you get to know quite a bit of them if you want. They are just typical people who are looking for the same thing as you, an education.
Not hard charging.
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