People think that MSU students party all the time and don't work hard in school. A lot of people think that just because someone goes to MSU, it means that he or she did not get into U of M. Both of these stereotypes are false. MSU is just as good of a school as U of M. The classes are very demanding and require dedication in order to receive a decent grade. At the end of the day, MSU students work just as hard as U of M students, but know how to have a better time once the work is done.
MSU Student Stereotypes:
Only here because they couldn't get into Michigan
They just want to party
They aren't interested in academics
MSU isn't a great teaching institution
They accept everybody
Just a party school
Michigan State is stereotyped as a party school. This notoriety I think is somewhat aged, its nowhere like it used to be. The police presence here is rampant and students tend to balance their studies more now.
MSU puts an emphasis on business, journalism, and engineering degrees. It is less concerned about intellectual undertakings and the such. The student body is heartily filled with drunkards and party kids.
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