This university is diverse.
My classmates are exceptional mostly because they accept you for who you are, support you through tough times, help you when you need help and most of all, they are not afraid to take advantage of opportunites to follow what they love.
I'm majoring in Biology for Pre-med, so my classmates are very intelectual to say the least, however; I really do enjoy them and the competetion they bring and it only makes me push myself even further to get where I want to be in life.
My classmates are very talkative and always particpating in lectures.
My classmates are a diverse group of undergraduate students and graduate students, some "traditional," and some not. There are black students, white students, and Asian students. As a graduate student pursuing a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies degree with a major of American Culture and a concentration in Women's Literature, I find that most of my fellow students are very mature and quite good at literary theory.
I enjoyed my classmates. They made my college experience better. Their participation in the classes added perspectives that I needed to hear. There were a lot of activities that I was not able to participate in that my classmates were that I was able to hear about from them that made me feel more connected.
The students at U of M- Flint are very diverse in terms of ethnicity and socio-economic background.
My classmates are very warm, friendly, social and open people. They all welcome you and love to make new friends. They focus on their studies while adding in fun too. A lot of them are involved in clubs, organizations, and the greek system. Getting involved will definitely help you meet a lot of new friends while having fun. So get out there and explore, and you will see exactly how fun and friendly your classmates are.
My senior class was a diverse (but tight) team consisting of fired-up footballers, vivacious volleyball girls, witty theater geeks, aspiring geniuses, and class clowns, adored by all.
Opinionated and keep to themselves
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