Students are very intelligent and hardworking.
Students at the University of Arkansas are kind, generous, helpful, and good. Almost everyone seems to be friendly and in good spirits.
The students at the University of Arkansas are kind, generous, helpful, and fun. People seem to be friendly and in good spirits.
A diverse group of students wanting to further their education in order to better themselves, their families, and their communities.
It is not impossible, but quite difficult, to master all of the possible areas of study in academia, making the diverse group of classmates you will collaborate with at the University of Arkansas an invaluable resource as you enter a globalized workforce more interconnected than ever before.
There is a diverse population at the school with some becoming great friends and others that don't want to mingle with students different from them.
My classmates are focused and hardworking in the classroom, and spirited and supportive of the school's athletics.
My classmates are friendly and outgoing.
All of my classmates are very hard -working.
Most of my classmates are from the south, and are nice and well mannered.
student at U of A is very diverse coming from different social background. A quite number of students are either receive financial aids or university scholarships. I don't feel politics is being a discussion for students. The majority of students work part time jobs with minimum wage.
My classmate are very caring people and are very fun to be around.
All different types of people willing to learn and get a degree.
Mostly motivated, a little bit too ambitious for their abilities. Highly expectant of job placement; though most won't put in the necessary work.
Most of my classes have intelligent and enjoyable environments where myclassmates are willing to help and support one another.
Most classmates I encounter are fairly mannered but have a large inclination to believe being at school is just about hooking up or partying. And the sad thing is they aren't going to realize how damaging that is to their overall attitude and grades until they start to struggle. And I know a LOT that are struggling.
My classmates are friendly, nice and help with my studies
Every group, every interest, every socio-political platform you can think of and a few more. Forget there's an app for that and think there's a student org for that.
MY classmates are a lot like me. They are on the right track to success and influence me in positive ways.
The majority of students on campus are academically focused, self-motivated and driven to succeed.
My classmates are a very diverse group of people not only culturally, but in their backgrounds, abilities, personalities, and ambitions for the future.
My classmates were very helpful to me and full of life.
Other future students I have met are appreciative of the outdoors and the environment. Rather than focusing on the material things in life, they keep it simple. There is a great sense of community and pride in the school.
My classmates are fun, friendly, and always willing to help.
Spoiled rich kids from Texas that don't appreciate anything except themselves.
All the students here are interested in learning and helping others in the class learn as well.
My classmates are mostly just like you would find in High School, diverse and unique!
My classmates exhibit a willingness to learn during their time under their designated professors.
You attract the people that are the most like you. Since there are so many people to choose from on campus you can easily make a group of very close friends that you will keep with you after college.
My classmates are knowledgable, smart, and outgoing. They are motivated to succeed and are confident with themselves.
they are kind, friendly, loving people.
They want to succeed in life, but they keep a whole-life view on things. They don't get too caught up in being the best.
My classmates are mostly white, equally conservative and liberal, and all academically driven.
I'm a biology major, and I tend to have really cool people in my classes. You would think all the pre-med people would be a bunch of dorks, but they're all really down to earth people!
There are all deferent types of students here, as I am sure attend everywhere. There are a lot of dedicated workers, as well as plenty who just like to party. Whatever one is looking for they can find it here.
Most U of A students are disrespectful, dismissive, self-absorbed, and ignorant.
Colleagues who generally have a shared interest and enthusiasm for learning and being successful.
Classmates are friendly and considerate.
I have many classmates, and we are all different but we all get along well.
My classmates are eager, friendly, and helpful.
Most of my classmates are much younger than me but seem to accept me anyway
The University of Arkansas is dominated by narrow minded rich conservative white Christians that only care about their fraternities or sororities. Everyone else just has to try to get by, and get out of there way. They run everything.
The student body at Arkansas seems to be very diverse which is a great thing. It's not like highschool; you don't see people being left out of sitting alone. Students also seem to be very active in physical fitness. Intermurals are huge deal at Arkansas and man do students get competitive! It's fun though. Everyone seems very laid backed and chilled so it's nice.
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Every kind of student attends the university and the atmosphere is super casual and relaxed. Being in Arkansas, it is more conservative, but there are definitely options all across campus.
I think Arkansas student body is so diverse that everyone finds where they fit in. Even after that, I think the different groups all still come together in certain times. For ASG elections you see everyone from young to old participating. Also in sports you see everyone coming together as a student body.
Students love getting involved.
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