Since Pueblo is a small campus, you don’t see as much interaction between students as you would at a big university with lots of parties. Generally, when it comes to freshmen arriving on campus, it takes a few weeks for people to meet and start up new relationships.
Class levels are more segregated than most schools. Most freshmen only have freshman friends. There are definitely enough people at Pueblo for students to make friends, but students are more reserved, which makes it difficult to get to know people sometimes. No one knows what goes on behind closed doors, but you generally don’t have many PDAs or kids making out or all over each other in the hallways. The girl-to-guy ratio is hard to tell because guys always hang out in their groups together, but it appears as if there’s probably more guys than girls on campus. Often, the most common way students make friends on campus is with their roommates.