Classmates are quite.
Most of the classmates I have had are friendly and from the same area. Anytime we might see each other outside the classroom we might smile or greet each other. For the most part we are all helpful with each other.
Some look really tired and don't want to be there, then the others are excited to be there and learn.
Fun to be around and to talk to.
taking internet classes
What are your experiences with racial, religious, LGBT, socio-economic, and/or other groups on campus?
I only had problems with bullies.
What kind of student would feel out of place at Southeastern?
Anybody that doesn't agree with unfair treatment.
What do most students wear to class?
Whatever they want to.
Do different types of students interact?
There are four tables of students in the dining hall. Describe them:
Where are most Southeastern students from?
the same area, while there are a few that moved just to go to SOSU.
What financial backgrounds are most prevalent?
Are students politically aware / active?
Are they predominantly left, right, or center.
completely left or completely right, none are moderate.
Do students talk about how much they'll earn one day:
That is what SOSU says to its students.
My classmates are typically people who grew up in the area or are people from middle class families that wanted to do more in their life and couldn't afford a private or more selective school. its a great place you will learn life lessons that will help you out for the rest of your life.
Most are just trying to get by.
My classmates tend to be very outgoing and outspoken. There are many who take homework very seriously and of course there are those who don't. In some classes, you never see people until exam day, and some classmates never miss. The students are very diverse in their lifestyles.
Often come from lower socioeconmic families that are conservative in nature.
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