College Sophomore 2013-11-26T17:43:36Z
I don't really socialize at school much unless I went to school with them in high school. I mainly come to college to get my classes done and over with so I can receive my credits and then go on to the next school year.
College Senior 2013-10-01T03:47:10Z
Mostly, my school consists of students going into a 2 year program. There are many working-class people with the full time job also while taking care of their family. It is hard seeing them deal with many different roles as well as being a student. They are very friendly and it is easy to socialize and make friends. The main importance though is for them to make it to their goal. Seeing students like this makes me more motivated as a student.
College Sophomore 2013-08-28T13:43:46Z
The people at my school are working class people just trying to get through school.
College Freshman 2013-03-13T17:07:14Z
The students are what to be expected at a Community College. Divers in age, but not much else. You can make friends easy, but most students are not very outgoing, smart, or motivated.
College Freshman 2013-03-13T16:50:10Z
It's Paducah, Kentucky. So the majority of students are white. There are some African Americans. And not much else. I'm not trying to be negative, but the students are at a community college for a reason--they aren't too bright. There are quite a bit of students who are fresh out of high school and planning to transfer. There are also plenty of people who are coming back to college, who have full time jobs and are parents. So the school is somewhat diverse, but academically, the students are low-tier. If you did very well in high school, I would talk you out of going to a CTC. It's cheap, but your two years here will drive you crazy.
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