My classmates are easy to get along with, fun, energetic, willing to help you, and make great friends when you're homesick.
We are all beginning freshman in college. My roommate in my dorm was someone I went to high school with. She received her GED. The other two roommates went to school together in Atchison. I feel that being in the dorms will help me to meet new and a wide range of people.
My classmates are eager to learn and full of questions
Studends are pretty laid back
My classmates are good people who are welcoming and helpful.
The class size is pretty small, and so there is more communication with the classmates than if you went to a bigger university.
The students in each class come from anywhere and everywhere.
Most of them are pritty lame. I've met a few good ppl here but the town sucks. Everyone I know from this town are freaking douche bags.
My classmates usually are career focused, involved, and hard working.
They are all really friendly and interact with everyone.
My classmates are all very friendly and willing to help out each other out.
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