nice students

<p>i really want to go to a school with nice, down to earth students. any schools come to mind?</p>

<p>St. Mary's College - Maryland</p>

<p>hey guys where are all the nice students again </p>

<p>wait let me go check the list</p>

<p>You're going to find both down-to-earth and pompous students at every school. Sure, some schools may have more wealthy and elitist students, but in general, they're giong to be everywhere.</p>

<p>Based on my visit to Rice University the people there were super friendly and nice.</p>

<p>The kids I met at Princeton were really nice and helpful, too. They joked around a lot and were always there to help me when I was lost - whether it was at 8 am in the morning or 2 am.</p>

<p>Sorry to be a party-pooper, but Princeton is one of the last places I would associate with the term "down to earth."</p>

<p>I think a lot of kids at Midwestern LAC's are generally nice, chill, and unpretentious. Grinnell, Macalester, and Oberlin come to mind.</p>

<p>I don't think the nice generally connotes down-to-earth. I'm just basing it on my experience there for two days. Whenever I was lost, someone would help me, sometimes walking me to the place myself. I just sat down and ate lunch with random strangers and I didn't meet anyone that wasn't willing to spare a few minutes to answer any questions I had.</p>

<p>I don't know anything about the others - but I concur with Oberlin on that, too.</p>

<p>Also, St. John's</p>

<p>brown!! the happy school??</p>

<p>Haverford, Carleton, Kenyon, Colby, and Macalester.</p>

<p>if you're looking for a shcool that is easier to get into check out the University of Vermont. It is a super chill place. The school and Burlington are pretty sweet.</p>

<p>Wash U and Rice have the nicest students that I've found.</p>