Reactions to the second presidential debate earlier this week continue to pour in and it's a hot topic in college classrooms.
Three days after the second presidential debate, students continue to analyze the candidates answers.
The professors at Hastings College say many of their first-time voting students are looking forward to the final presidential debate and keeping a close watch on the candidates.
Hastings College professor, Jessica Henry, said " I just want my students to be open minded and pay attention to the issues and if something catches your attention and something is important to you like that first question that was asked in the debate that maybe that triggers something in you, where you're going to investigate the candidates fully."
Jeremy Epstein, a 20-year-old college student, asked the first question at the town hall style presidential debate. Epstein asked about job security, wondering if he will be able to sufficiently support himself after graduation.
Undecided voters asked the questions in the second presidential debate, and on the same night Hastings College students hosted debate watch.
19-year-old Miranda Klugesherz was among 85 debate club student's hosting the debate watch Tuesday.
Klugesherz said, "It was really cool that's what they opened with it and it's on the minds of so many Americans."
Klugesherz added "What they do with their plans impacts everyone graduating 2015-2016 directly so we need to know are you going to create more jobs?"
Professor Henry said "Part of a good understanding of the debate happens after the debate when you are processing it and talking about it with your friends, roommates, and teachers. "
For Miranda Klugesherz, the upcoming election is a critical part of her college experience. " I'll be a first generation college student and graduate so it's very cool to me and I want to see other kids expect the same from their lives," she said.