My classmates are very ethnically and culturally diverse.
Prior to attending UTSA, I only went to two small private schools. When I came over, I decided that I wanted to see how the large class settings are. To my surprise, I loved the large classes much more than the couple I had that were small and decided to stick to large classes as much I possibly can. That being said, most of my professors did not know my name. In the few small classes that I took, the professors did know my name.
Even though I am mostly in large classes, class participation is VERY common! Questions and class discussions are very common in UTSA lecture halls!
Classmates are eager to form study groups and assist others.
They are a lackadaisical bunch, unpassionate about schoolwork, often times unpunctual, yet, in spite of all that, they are spirited, enduring and caring.
The classmates that I have the priveledge of interacting with at my university, are a mix of all races, orientations & personalities. The wide range of culture within my classroom allows me to view issues and topics from a perspective that I would never have thought of viewing it in. Not only that, but interacting with these classmates has taught me a great deal about my own, personal identity, and what makes me as unique as all of the people surrounding me.
My classmates are wonderful
Classmates: opportunities for life.
You will never feel lonely or home sick because they are the nicest and most helpfull people, you will fell at home when you join the roadrunner family.
I don't think anyone would feel out of place at this school. There's something for everyone. Athletics, sororities, fraternities, religious organizations, community service oriented organizations, pretty much organizations for every major! Most students go to class wearing very casual clothes. Tennis shoes, sperries, jeans, athletic shorts, t-shirts....although there are the people who dress up every day. Most of the students are from San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Dallas, and other small towns in Texas.
My classmates are approachable and willing to help.
Most of my fellow students are friendly and eager to help.
My fellow classmates are laid-back, study hard, and have great school pride.
Classmates are very kind and help each other out when needed by having SI sessions and study groups.
My classmates, in one sentenes, are intelligent, helpful, kidn, funny, charasmatic; they made the transition betweeen high school and college about as smoothas it can be.
I have many different classmates but for the most part they are quite and seem to want to learn.
My classmates usually are on facebook, the ones that aren't are typically engaged in the lecture and arent afraid to ask questions or make comments.
Students were diverse in age, ethnicity, race, and income level.
The classmates at UTSA are some of the most friendly people on this earth. I feel like I'm at home away from home here and couldnt be any happier to call most of my classmates my friends.
Diverse with a conservative LGTB population. A mixed percentage of Africans, Whites, Hispanics, and Asians. I speculate that as long as you're not a total dud, you're guaranteed a spot. The great thing about UTSA is that there aren't that many snotty students. In fact, the students are quite amiable.
I've known D average students accepted by UTSA. It doesn't matter, though. Once they see how everyone else is motivated to succeed, they, in turn, will strive to do well.
I've met so many great people here, including my professors.
My classmates in the education classes have been very supportive and in group activities everyone seems to work will with one another.
My classmates here at the University of San Antonio and very polite and seem to respect everyone around them.
Most classmates seem determined in their studies, as well as capable to fulfill their academic goals.
So far of many colors are my classmates here
A rich mixed body of students from every tier
Yet in the multitudes there is a floating fear
That some wont pass or some may get near
To the American Dream that makes men cheer
But suddenly real life will bite them in the rear;
But there's a gym, a pool, and lots of other gear
There's drinking and partying, sex and beer
Its all very nice and normal, but there's one thing clear
Many that are here won't be around next year.
My classmates are very nice and helpful, and whenever I have a question I know I can ask them.
They are a very diverse group, and also very friendly.
My class mates are very determined and motivated to succeed. Everyone seems to be going in the right direction or turning things around to go in the right direction.
My college classmates are less motivated than those in high school, since most of them are usually checking their facebooks or emails. Seeing that I went to a small high school, competition was high. I was always motivated to do better than my fellow classmates. However, in college, most of my classmates seem less motivated, which I honestly believe is wrong.
My classmates are worldly, diverse, and are influenced by the rich culture, food, and music scene of San Antonio, the city my university is located in.
My classmates are very friendly and helpful to each other.
My fellow classmates are willing to learn and engage with each other to fulfill the best learning experience possible.
Classmates are dedicated, priority minded, driven to succeed and looking forward to future life and work opportunities.
The classmates I attend class with are diverse, and not only accepting of other cultures and religions, but inspired by them. We all learn with each other, and feel that learning together is the best way to learn.
They are helpful, respectful, understanding and always willing to learn.
Some are laid-back, while others are very attentive and involved in discussions.
Classmates at UTSA are always trying to keep up their GPA.
The best way to describe it would probably be very multicultural, becasue there are so many different people with different backgrounds, religions, and ethnicities.
My classemates are spontaneous, open-minded and unique human beings who stand up for what they believe in.
They are friendly, caring and helpful.
Everyone has their own lives, but everyone is very nice.
Very friendly and everyone helps each other out.
Enjoy your time here. Work hard, have fun and you will have a blast
My classmates are very friendly. I just transferred for the Fall 2008 semester, but after the first week, I already had someone to walk with to each class, and someone I could call if I had questions about homework or classwork.
My classmates are diverse. They are people with many different backgrounds that come together and strive for a common goal. That goal is to succeed in life. They are hear to learn and to enjoy their four years of growth before they go on to become what they want to be. Sometimes you do not notice how different every one is because we coexist so well together and when you do notice you just gain more respect for people from different cultures. These students are people striving to be who they want to be.
My classmates are typical college students.
Easy to get along with, very friendly.
They are all friendly
Most are very nice and willing to help when needed.
Classmates can be helpful and usually end up being great friends.
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