A.Direct high school graduates
B.Taking a year off finding yourself
1. working world
2. class schedule v. working schedule
3. goal oriented
2. beverage of choice
3. clear focus
D.Mom's whose kids who are now in school
1. prepared for class
2. mini van
3. day class times
Conclusion: Whether coming directly from high school, returning after a period of time in the working world, trying to climb the corporate ladder, or going back to college after the kids are in school, college students from all the different walks of life are easily picked out from any group on campus.
College students come from many different backgrounds. Most come directly from high school, some are returning after a period in the working world, some are attempting to climb the corporate ladder, and then there are the "moms" who want to finish school and begin a career. Regardless of their origins, college students come in all shapes and sizes and each type is easy to spot from a mile away anywhere on campus.
The majority of high school students plan to attend college. More and more of the better paying jobs require college degrees. A college education with a degree becomes necessary. I can always tell a college student directly out of high school. Youthful looks with the fad jeans, multiple body piercing, and baseball hats are a dead giveaway. Oh, and do not forget the flip-flops! Walking around campus and observing these...