Most people assume that all of us participate in winter sports. This 'fact' is totally false! A fair number of us do NOT ski, snowboard, go ice-fishing, or anything of the sort! We are in a prime location for winter sports, though: we're really close to some epic slopes.
That we are all hippies and earth lovers, that we only came to CSU because we couldn't get into CU.
Some of the Steritypes are that the athletes are not smart
I think the biggest stereotype that exists on this campus is the common stereotype associated with the Greek system. Those who are in it, love it. Those who aren't, think it's a waste of time. CSU's Greeks have been known in the past to create headlines, and that has created this stigma that doesn't seem to go away.
I've heard before that CSU is an "aggie" school with a bunch of farmers.
They are all hicks or nerds.
students that can't get into CU go to CSU
The typical sterotypes about CSU is that it is a predominantly drunken campus, and that the students within are living the college life, partying all the time.
One stereotype about CSU is that it has weaker academics than other colleges in the state, such as CU. A stereotype of the students is that they party a lot (just like any other college, I suppose) and that they hate CU!
They're druggies who didn't have the grades to get into CU!
I think a lot of people think that CSU students are really "crunchy" kind of people.
I'm not aware of any large stereotypes about CSU. One thing to remember is that we're sometimes referred to as an "agricultural" school. The biggest thing I heard when I was applying to college was an opposition to the state schools because they weren't as "prestigious".
Some stereotypes is that CSU is an agricultural college and that all students that come here are cowboys/cowgirls. Also, CSU is considered by some to not be as good a school as CU
That all CSU students drink, a lot. The girls at CSU will sleep with anyone, and if they don't want to get them drunk and they will. Classes are hard/easy.
People think of us being only an agriculture school.
There arent too many I have heard of.
The stereotypes about CSU and CSU students are acadimy and knowledgy. CSU tries to make the students more knowledge.
the stereotypes are like showing off, respectful, nice, friendly, and hardworkers.
We're reckless. "All we do is drinkn and party and smoke marijuana." Which is somewhat true, but still a stereotype.
That it was easy to get in so the school is thus easy, not the case. It's a tough school focused on academia and the students that do well should most definetly feel proud.
There are Hicks here, many people from Texas.
That CSU doesnt party hard
It is all white. not very diverse. Lots of frat boys, soretry girls, hippies
It a gd skool
We are rich people.
That it is a school full of hippies.
I really don't think there are many stereotypes at CSU.
They are hippies
CSU has a really good vet school. CSU students are like any other students, like to drink and party.
People think we are all ag students and partiers
That the education is not as good as CU.
they are hippies
csu is not a good school
csu students do not compare to cu students
I think some stereotypes are that there are a lot of "hicks" or cowboys/girls because we are in colorado but that is not necissarily true. .
Hard working, enjoy partying, out door types
CSU is layed back. Everyone smokes pot and drinks beer and most of the students are open-minded and respectful.
That all of them hate CU students, everyone bleeds green.
Good veterinary school, not so good athletics, I have heard stuff about us being a bunch of farmers as opposed to CU being a bunch of liberal hippies
There is a lot of stereotyping pertaining to hippies and enviropnmentalists going to school here. And that everyone here is liberal in a political sense.
I don't know
Second-class school to CU. Country kids.
That students drink and party constantly.
fun, interesting, outgoing, not smart enough to get into CU
not as smart as CU
we are generally nicer than cu
aggies, frats kill people
I transfered to CSU this year as a sophmore from CU Boulder. A lot of my friends from Boulder thought that it was a bad decision and that I was going to a "worse" school. Even now my friends from Boulder think that CSU has less academic future for students. I have also heard that CSU is a big agricultural school. And another sterotype is that it is a big party school.
That CSU is pretty much a white school.
I have no idea.
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