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Every school will have students partying. It is a students choice whether they will party or not. We have a small school population compared to normal public colleges so there is less partying compared to them.
Hey, I was there too for Scholars weekend! My roommate's (was a sophomore and her) best friend was a senior! They interacted with all sorts of people at the big party on Friday. Everyone seemed so friendly, I couldn't believe how they even went up to this guy in a kilt and genuinely asked him how he was, and why he was wearing a kilt haha.
In my experience upperclassmen really embrace freshmen. The college in itself is more of a family and community than anything else. You just have to be willing to go and talk to people, everyone is willing to talk to you!
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Written by Erin Ferguson
Having a small student body compared to universities, Florida Southern's students get to know each other very well. It is common to become friends with someone just because you pass each other on campus several times a day. Students are outgoing and generally friendly to each other. However, there are the select few students who are very well-off and come off as stuck up to many people. This is rare, but still present among the friendliness of everyone else.
Girls are much more plentiful than guys on campus. While this can sometimes be a problem for girls who are trying to find a guy, girls still manage to find guys who fit their tastes. Guys, on the other hand, have many more options. Yet, dating between students is not all too common. More relationships develop off campus than on campus. Guys and girls alike are not abnormally promiscuous or conservative. There is a mix between those who hook up all the time and those who do not.
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