Mormons, super friendly and honest. That don't like to have fun. I think it's true. most are friendly and honest. but they do have fun and party, because they are always smiling and having a good time
The stereotype is that the students at BYU-Idaho are clean-cut and very religious kids, which is very true. The student body is almost entirely LDS (Mormon).
Since BYU-Idaho and BYU-Provo are Church schools, I think the stereotype is that all students are good Mormon kids. Mostly this is accurate, though there are a few non-members and older people like me who attend there as well. But since everyone must abide by the Honor Code, that sets a standard of quality that is mostly adhered to.
They are really... REALLY mormon. The stereotype is very accurate.
Trustworthy, honest and clean people.
Stereotypes are that everyone is white, mormon and perhaps on the poor side.
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