intelligent and studious, very liberal, ultra-wealthy, lots of women.
That everyone bought their way into school and that they come from very wealthy families.
There are some very 'well-off' students per say. But, there are also students who are not so to this stereotype. A lot of students put much time and effort into their community, school, work, and friendships. The campuses (downtown and lakeshore) are EXTREMELY different, so if you go to a tour, make sure you see both. Loyola students do not have a huge social scene.
Preppy, white, mainly girls, the only guys that go to the school are gay
Loyola isn't really recognized for its avid social life. Most people see it as a rigorous pre-med school.
Loyola doesn't have any male students, and if they're guys: they're gay.
Snobby, northshore, rich kids. Artsy, hippies
Before I came here I assumed that since it's a Jesuit university that everyone here was a Jesus freak!
Everyone is rich.
There are a lot of stuck up rich kids whose parents pay for them to come here; all the boys are gay
I haven't really heard of any stereotypes and if any it's that we are either gay, or rich spoiled brats.
That we are really smart.
There are few stereotypes about Loyola students, but the main one is that we are all supposed to be extraordinarily wealthy because we go to a private school.
Catholic, white, from around the area
I don't really know of any...maybe that they could be rich?
Every guy here is gay
One stereotype is that majority of the students drink.
Rich, Preppy, Smart
Usually wealthy in some way, especially for out of state students because it's so damn expensive to go here.
There are a lot of stuck-up rich people.
Religion is forced upon you.
Loyola is only for rich caucasians and you have to be super smart to get in.
If there are stereotypes, i believe that they are positive ones. For example, loyola student are very intellegent and accepting
Everybody comes from a Christian background, only rich people can afford this school.
I'm not sure if I really know all the stereotypes, bu one I do know is that Loyola has a girls and gay guys.
When I first applied everyone thought Loyola was a great school. Some even told me it was one of the better ones in Chicago. I also was told it was extremely difficult.
Loyola students are all pre-med students.
Loyola students are all Catholic.
Loyola students are all rich.
Loyola students are all pretentious.
Loyola students are all alcoholics.
Loyola girls are all sluts, the men gay or conceited straight men.
There are some people who tell me that I'm smart since I'm attending Loyola--which is true--and I get a lot of people who give me that shocker face since the school is expensive. But it is definitely affordable. And sitting in a lecture class of a few hundred students, we have 60%-70% biology majors who tend to lean toward pre-med. So the chances to spark up a conversation with a pretty girl is easy. All you have to say is, "Are you a bio major? Me too!"
Some of the stereotypes that I have heard from people before entering into Loyola Chicago was that the students were very studious and devoted to their school work. Also, I heard that there was not much campus life due to the School being based in Chicago. Some other stereotypes of Loyola was that the people were very religious based.
Many people believe that Loyola is a stuck up school with stuck up people situated in a bad neighborhood.
A common stereotype about loyola is that the school is about two-thirds women and the few men are gay. There is also a stereotype that the school is super religious.
Loyola defines itself as a fine arts Jesuit school; somewhat of an oxymoron. But it contains a diverse student body. Some stereotypes include liberal left-wing political activists, quiet, artsy musicians and theater geeks, a mediocre greek life system, a sparse male population, constant protesters of miscellaneous issues, bio and chem bookworms, an overpopulation of women bookworms, as well as highly motivated and well dressed business majors.
That half the student population is gay, lesibian, or bi-sexual.
Campus is extremely diverse, but even more prejudice.
Only white people attend Loyola.
Only nerds go to Loyola.
1)Loyola has smart students
2)Loyola has ugly girls
3)Everyone at Loyola is pre-med
Loyola students are either perceived as snobby spoiled pampered rich kids, or very intelligent kids who came here with the highest GPA's and ACT scores in their high school.
One stereotype is that Loyola has no social scene, and that the school doesn't have any "school spirit" or many school activities. One could say that the student population is very anti-social and separated.
only rich people attend loyola
A BASTION OR STRONGHOLD FOR HOMOSEXUAL STUDENTS...LOYOLA FALLS OVER ITSELF TO BE
That most students at Loyola are white and religious.
rich preppy kids + bunch of gay kids
preppy, upper class, well-dressed northface and ugg wearing students
Because Loyola is a private, Jesuit university, it is stigmatized with being a typical Catholic school. With that comes the stereotype of the wealthy, conservative students living off of daddy's credit card and being dumb. Prior to going to Loyola I also heard the girl population (which is nearly 70%) was really unattractive.
Being a private university, it is common to hear outsiders call Loyola students to be "white,rich and preppy".
The biggest stereotype at Loyola is that people who go to Loyola only concern themselves with drinking and partying.
Another one is that people attending Loyola aren't very smart or driven to achieve things because of preconcived notions such as the drinking stereotype.
From an insider's perspective, it's easy to see what the views of our students are...that they are from Illinois (the suburbs, mostly), they are middle or upper class, and they are poster children for Urban Outfitters.
Most people think that all students at Loyola are Roman Catholic.
Loyola is 90% girls and 10% other
According to our enemies who attend Northwestern, a university set in bourgeois country (Evanston) just north of Rogers Park, Loyola is the safety school for those of us not enlightened enough to attend their school; in short, we are inferior in all ways - whether it be intelligence, prestige, or wealth.
There are many gay guys.
That they're all white, Catholic and pre-med. That they don't party was much as they study and don't get out much.
Private school stuck ups, nerds, gay people, liberals.
A lot of people think that because Loyola is a Catholic university that everyone here is Catholic, conservative, and that there is little diversity.
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