disclaimer: im out of school but ill answer these to what i felt when i still was in school
Do you feel pressured to get a degree? slightly from my parents, but thats because it cost over $100,000. most of the pressure was of my own doing, knowing what im getting myself into and knowing the value of it...so i had to do it.
Do you want to be there? i did want to be there. it was a good opportunity with good facilities and the chance to really learn a lot. i didnt put the effort into it that i should have, now that im thinking back, but it wasnt as if i didnt want to be there.
Is someone forcing you to go? nope, my parents wanted me to go to school, but if i didnt want to go they were alright with that.
Do you like your classes? i liked most of them. at the time, i wasnt a fan of many of my non-major courses and theres a lot i still think were a waste, but just the other day i bought a book on immanuel kant because he was one of the topics in one of my philosophy classes (which i did like). im not buying anything relating to spanish ever in my life besides burritos though.
Are your professors enthusiastic about teaching or are they just there to do what they are paid for? from what i could tell, almost all of the professors i had were very into what they were doing and enjoyed it all. many, if not all of them, i have witnessed them go above and beyond what their job description probably entails.
Do you feel like you are competing with your classmates or do you not care? when i was there i did feel some competition between classmates, but mainly it was competition that i was seeing in the future job market...not so much in-class competition. i knew there were some kids in my classes that knew their shit forwards and backwards by mid-sophomore year, and those were the kids i would be competing with for jobs. i wasnt the sharpest kid the first few years so that worried me, but the cometition i saw in the real world drove me to get caught up at the end, and i think i did that well.