College Senior 2013-10-29T00:29:33Z
Where I go to school, it is primarily white population. There is little diversity. But so far I've gotten along with everyone I've met and it has been a really fun and rewarding time.
College Junior 2013-08-08T21:35:49Z
There are a diverse amount of students at the campus. Because it is a small community college, you can find people anywhere from high school students taking dual courses to people in their forties and fifties who are going to get a degree or certificate to move up in their work. I have friends that go there that are gay, straight, white, black, mexican, arab, etc. It's a great place to go when talking about the students, Their helpful, and You learn acceptance of people of every race, gender, age, and sexuality.
College Senior 2013-05-28T13:17:19Z
While many students are just out of high school, there are many who are there to change careers and better their life. Many of those there to better their lives for themselves and their family, focus on getting an education. Making friends is easy; though, those who are there to change careers tend to be slightly less social.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-26T14:54:42Z
My schools consists of people who have a children or are older or can't afford a better college and I think that they are very babied at my college. They expect college professors to hold their hands through their schooling process and it's almost like I'm still in High School. Most students aren't serious about graduating and there is a very low graduation rate at my school.
College Sophomore 2013-02-04T22:18:24Z
There is a good diversity among the student body. The school is well-balanced which allows for this diversity.
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