My classmates range from interrupting, older non traditionals students to the quiet, never asking a question, sitting in the corner students.
My classmates come from many different backgrounds and most of them have great determination, intelligence, and a great sense of humor.
Classmates are friendsly and helpful.
My classmates really came together to help out and made sure we enjoyed our time together.
Since I am in upper level classes, the majority of my classmates are very similar to me and are interested in the same things.
Diverse and friendly. Good mix of people.
There are many different types of people that attend colleges. Don't be afraid to talk to everyone.
My classmates at Southeast Missouri State University have all been very nice and willing to help out if I had missed a class.
My classmates are very involve and passionate about the classes they have. They also like to have fun on the weekends and sometimes durning the week.
My classmates are normal students who all have the common goal, do better their lives by getting higher education.
Average college students, 18-21year olds. Go to class all week and party on the weekends.
My classmates come in all different forms. There are studious, intelligent, hard workers, partiers, skippers, and people who don't go to class but still make a 3.5. There is every type of student here and a place for everyone and SEMO does everything to put you with students similar to yourself.
My classmates are very social and unfocused.
My classmates are a diverse group of students; each is their own person with their own goals and ideas in mind.
Fairly friendly, yet once people form a group they aren't likely to change friends easily. If you need help in class or with a project people are more than willing to help!
My classmates tend to stay to themselves until after the first test.
Smart and talented, my classmates are ready for any challenge.
They are determined to make good grades.
Classmates at this college are very friendly, and are anxious to learn new things.
Being an adult student I thought that there would be problems with getting along with my classmates, however age isn't even a factor and we often get together outside of school to hang out or put together study groups.
My classmates are loud, brash, nonthinking individuals more inclined to worry about shopping or drinking than working at anything.
My classmates are easy to get along with, smart, out-going, and friendly.
Southeast students come from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, but we are all committed to getting a good education and becoming successful.
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