All races are attending.
Here at Valdosta State University I'd say we have a diverse group of students. I have classmates who are hardworking and others who are not as motivated. Depending on the subject classes can be full of discussion or not. In general I'd say I have very hard-working classmates with aspirations to do great things.
Most of my classmates are really rude and rowdy.
Diverse population, mostly friendly with a relaxed atmosphere.
My classmates are very diverse and the classes are usually small, so it is easy to make a friend or two to study with.
Since I am a Freshman and most of my classmates are Freshmen, I would describe them as happy, nice, helpful and ready to make new friends
My classmates were very active in school activities and most knew their subject matter fairly well. There were a few students who didn't take the coursework very seriously; however, they always passed the class.
I am able to describe my fellow classmates with two words; my family.
Very down to earth and easy to work with.
Personal and sometimes helpful, mainly willing to be supportive and accepting of each other.
I love VSU because the classmates are very diverse and open to help when needed. Everyone is not all the same age either, so one does not feel out of place.
My classmates are a diverse group of people on the same journey to success that I am on.
Most of my classmates are interesting, motivated (and very Southern) young adults working hard to achieve their goals.
My classmates range from freshman to seniors. They are all eager to learn and they are also very helpful.
My classmates are very focused on either getting their education so that they can pursue their chosen career in life or are on a fast track to figuring out what they want to do in life.
My classmates are immature and do not care about their education.
Valdosta State has the most open-minded people one could ever imagine! In this town, it does not take long to make good friends because everyone is kind, outgoing and steadfast in their studies.
Some are extremely driven, some could care less
They are supportive and fun.
My classmates are overall quiet yet focused.
They were very attentive and respectful.
Concentrated, nice, and fun.
classmates are fun and interesting, the school is diverse, so you get a lot of view points.
My classmates are a unique bunch of different personalities that come together to help each other get through this tough and demanding major of Sports Medicine/ Athletic Training.
The other students here are diverse.
My classmates are very intelligent and motivated but sometimes disencouraged by heavy work loads.
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