They do not constantly try to push people to join nor do they act better than everyone else which is nice.
I say this because in all honesty I have no idea. I do not venture from my dorm room, classes, and work much so I do not know any of the local hangouts or what people do for fun.
The campus is relatively small so you can walk to where you need on campus. Campus however though isn't really that close to any stores or restaurants, so you will need to venture out if you need those things. Taxis will come on campus for pickup and delivery which is nice. The one thing I do not like though is that everyone has a designated parking lot they are allowed to park in and cannot park in any of the others without getting a $25 ticket. If you're running late to class, it would be nice to be able to drive over to your class.
A wide diversity is displayed on campus in a very accepting atmosphere.
One part of St. Joseph is not in good condition and does not have a good atmosphere. The other part of town has a much better atmosphere with great shopping and food selection and seems generally safer. If you like more spread out areas, St. Joseph is a great town with the norms of a city but not as closely packed together.
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