The stereotype of most Drexel students is the Engineer that is too cool for school. I admit this stereotype because when I was looking to attend Drexel that is what I picked up on from almost every person I met. Drexel students do have an upper hand in their education and job opportunities and after a few years here I believe this mentality rubs off on the entire Drexel population. I say the Engineer because many people still view Drexel as an Engineering school, but in reality that is not the case. There are people here that have majors I have never even heard of, or that to me, don't even really exist. Everyone at Drexel thinks they are too cool for school, but in reality that is a mask for how miserable to students are after week 8 each term.
Many times when people think about Drexel University, they tend to think of engineering students. This is no longer the case because we have a wide variety of colleges and majors. Since we are on the 10 week quarter system, the students at Drexel are very hardworking. Also, many students are go-getters because the co-op program is very competitive.
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