No. I believe we are well educated and deserve more credit when it comes to academics. This isn't a community college.
I don't think that is true, i must just be hanging out with the wrong crowd.
This stereotype is not accurate. Only a small portion of students have grown up on farms or plan to major in agriculture.
There are a lot of ag kid but a lot of others as well
some of them are misleading
I would say for the most part this is failry acurate. There is a mix of kids who are really laid back and friendly to super stuck up kids who think their shit dont stank
No, this is not even close to true. Although there are plenty of students at CSU that drink, there are plenty of other things to do around Fort Collins.
Yea, most of the time
To some extent because if you look the past records of how many DUI's, noise complaints and not to mention the riots a couple of years ago.
we do have many people that come from farms throughout wyoming and colorado, but the term "redneck cowboys" usually has negative connotations referring to a dumb, or uneducated group of people...which isn't true at all.
For the most part.
I dont believe so.
Not entirely. It is true that there is a great Agriculture program, but not everyone is a fanatic about it.
Obviously for some people they are. There is lots of diversity I feel like though, and most people are pretty normal and cool so even if they do fit into a stereotype, that doesn't always mean they'll be the person you think they'd be.
Once again, I feel like we are not stereotyped.
Not at all, I actually don't know any people that are aggies or cowboys up here.
No i actually find that not many students do party all the time and are very friendly.
not at all, it is a good school, high academic standards
No to first part and Yes to the second part
No, not at all
to a certain extent, not so much the agricultural part, I believe it is an aspect of CSU, but not dominant.
Not really... But, there are always going to be sterotypes.
No I got into CU and yes we are an Aggie school, but we are much more than that.
I do not believe so.
Yes, but not to a negative extent. Everyone should be concerned with their health....this is why colorado has one of the lowest obesity ratings.
No, they just choose to dislike us because we are "rivals" in football, even though we arent in the same confrence
No, not at all. Yes, Fort Collins is a very agricultural city outside of campus. But the university is not at all. And there is plenty to do up here just like any other university.
For the most part, I would say yes. I am one of the very few people I know who don't drink.
To some extent yes. I am not entirely sure about how easy it is to be accepted into CSU as compared to CU but I would assume they are relatively similar in difficulty becaue they are both big state schools. As for the drinking problem, that is relatively true but I would think it is like that at any big college in the United States. College kids like to drink yes, but I dont think students at CSU do so anymore than at other colleges.
These stereotypes are true to an extent.
I believe them out to be.
No, we may be behind the times, but we are not all hicks. We definitely have people who are interested in ranching and farming and horses and such, but they still aren't necessarily the stereotypical "hicks".
not in the least bit
With some exceptions, no. There are a wide variety of majors outside of veterinary medicine and only a small majority of people are actually farmers. I have only met one student that would fall into that catagory.
Not at all
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