What is a typical Virginia State University student like? Describe the type of person that should attend Virginia State University.

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Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2018

There is no "typical" student,we all come from a wide variety of backgrounds even with being a HBCU. To attebd Virginia State University all one needs is the drive to go forward and be able to interact with students, teachers, and staff. If one plans to attend WELCOME TO THE FAMILY!

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2019

A typical student at Virginia State University is ambitious and passionate to succeed. Attending Virginia State is a blessing the type of person that should attend are people who are self driven and are ready to learn and strive for success.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2017

i would have to say a typical Virginia State University is a student that play hards but works even harder.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2019

A typical student at Virginia State University is ambitious and passionate to succeed. Attending Virginia State is a blessing the type of person that should attend are people who are self driven and are ready to learn and strive for success.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2019

I can only speak to the type of student I am to attend such an institution. Which is hardworking, determined, goal oriented, and to be honest, a bit of a procrastinator.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2017

A typical vsu student can vary. You have your outgoing and all over the place management students. Quiet introverts as psychology and counselor majors. Also a huge amount of English and science majors that seem like they can walk all over the place. I'd say its a good mixer.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2019

A typical Virginia State University student is someone who strives to do there best achieve there degree. They have fun but also have to remember that they have a responsibility not to themselves but to the school that they will not fail. The type of person that should attend Virginia State University is someone that's willing to put in the work effort, someone that will manage there time and schedule so that they are able to study and get there degree.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2018

The Typical Virginia State Student is not your average student. This is an ambitious student who is very active not only on campus at VSU but in the surrounding communities and their home communities. The typical student is one who leaves a positive impact on every person that they encounter. The typical student is one who shows an enormous amount of Trojan spirit, loves their culture, shares their spiritual beliefs, and states their opinions proudly. The typical student is one who can handle many issues under pressure and still be able to overcome any stressful situations all while standing tall and manage classes and school work.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2018

The typical Virginia State University student is outgoing, smart, and well-rounded. Most students at the university not only attend class but they are students who participate in several campus organizations or athletics.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2018

A typical Virginia State University student is very energetic, friendly, and is mostly involved more than one extracurricular activity. Virginia State University is a HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) so the student will also typically be black.

Anonymous, Student, Virginia State University, Class of 2017

A typical Virginia State Student is a productive, honest, smart, person with a lot of tenacity. The type of person that should attend this college is someone with a lot of school spirit. A person that knows when they step foot foot on the campus that they can make a difference in their lives while also helping their school by giving back. They should be mentally, and physically for the new experience they're going to go through.

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