Lower income students looking for a trade school.
There are a few because of the diversity here. Some say we are rednecks because we are in the middle of Arkansas and used to be a primarily agricultural school. This does not have a lot of truth to it. We do have some rednecks, but it's just one element to numerous social types here at Tech.
Another stereotype is that we have a bunch of International students, primarily Asians. This is true, although we also have several other foreign nationalities represented on campus. The only thing you really need to know when it comes to this is do not just assume they are from China or Japan because they will usually get offended if you're wrong, and there is a good chance you will be. It is best to say "Asian" in conversation with others and to ask individuals where they are from.
The stereotype of Arkansas Tech students is being diverse and laid back. We have many different organizations and for the most part we like to learn and enjoy our time at ATU
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