Are college students kids?
I know not legally but in your opinion
- Anonymous7 days agoFavorite Answer
Yes. The ones that are less than 22 are physiological kids because their brains are not fully developed.
- Anonymous6 days ago
They're legally an adult which is all that matter's zxqvc
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- FoofaLv 76 days ago
Depends. I started college at 16 and was very much a kid. Some students are 18 and legally adults but still function as children in terms of needing parental support. But there's a big difference between a uni freshman still living at home and a PhD candidate who lives thousands of miles away from Mom and Dad and pays all his/her own bills.
- Common SenseLv 76 days ago
Many college students still need to grow up. So, yes, they can and do act like kids and not the adults they are.
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- babyboomer1001Lv 77 days ago
Yes, they are kids. Just ask their parents.
- JLv 57 days ago
Most of them act like kids. There’s a few mature ones, but most are still kids.
- I'm That MexicanLv 67 days ago
Yes, most of these kids are idiots. They take senseless classes and get useless degrees. That sounds like a kid to me.
- PaladinLv 77 days ago
it varies on the individual
- KaleyKLv 77 days ago
College students come in all ages .... I'm 24 heading in to my senior year .... some of my peers are 21, 22, 40 and 57 years old.
- 7 days ago
Anyone under 21 is a kid in my opinion so some are and some aren't. 21 is when you have developed fully and you can do anything an 80 year old can do minus run for president and get a senior discount. I'm 40 by the way.