There are many different student personalities around campus. The style and personalities of people depends on your social circle and sometimes your major. The communications department is very large and that can sometimes have more of the nerdy film kids on campus. However, there is definitely a clear distinction between the attractive students, both girls and guys, and the nerdier, less attractive students.
Dating isn't a predominant subject on campus. Yes, students are in relationships, some from back home or other colleges. Others are in relationships with students on campus. After parties, some students have found themselves in the awkward "one-night stand" situation. But for the most part, students take care of friends and make sure these situations do not occur.
Many students find their friends and create very close-knit groups. Some students stick to similar personalities and interests as their own, and then there are other students who like to hang out with many different students. Our school is 50 percent commuters and 50 percent residents, but that doesn't stop people from making friends on and off campus. Orientation, clubs and organizations, and classes are great places to meet new people.