A typical Queens College student is a debatable topic for me. I do not think that I fall into the description of "typical" considering my circumstances. Here's the thing, I'm 28 years old, a full time worker during the day and come to school at night in order to finish what Ive been wanting to complete for so long now. From what I have seen so far, I think that people at this school are extremely dedicated to their school work and being on time for class. The work can be intense but I think that the majority of people see the daily struggle of the vast majority either in peers or personal relationships like family. Because of this, I think the work ethic here is much stronger than your average student in other schools. Queens College, especially for the major in Speech Pathology, is known to be one of the toughest programs to get accepted into. In order to be a successful student at this school, you really have to WANT a good education and be willing to work for it.