Religious and stuck up.
The biggest one I've heard is that we're all a bunch of snotty rich kids.
People think that all of us are filthy rich and that we're snobs.
That it's too expensive and that the students are all rich. Also that it's a christian Universtity so it isn't fun.
People believe that everyone at Pepperdine is super rich and drives a Mercedes or BMW, is completely stuck up and materialistic, is a conservative Christian, is gorgeous and well-dressed, and is intelligent and does volunteer work.
They are all rich and snobby, or religious and cultish.
Students- rich kids
Pepperdine is full up super-religious, rich kids. The school has an overly religious tone to it.
Rich, beach blond bimbo's and surfer dudes, or either the super Christian kids who have never kissed a boy and wouldn't even dream of drinking.
They are all rich and Republican.
That they are very rich.
The most believed stereotype about Pepperdine is that it is really strict and really religious and the rules are too restricting and that we have curfews. There is also the perception that Pepperdine is full of a lot of stuck up kids who have a lot of money and get whatever they want. I would say those two of the most common.
wealthy, superficial, fundamentalist Christian
Some stereotypes are that the students are very religious, conservative, and stubborn/arrogant.
Pepperdine is seen as a religious institution that does not tolerate fun. It is seen as a "puritan" institution by many.
Religious, superficial, expensive, secluded
Rich, Blonde, Gay
lots of rules, rich snobs
rich, snobbish types who drink a lot and do a lot of drugs
Overly religious people who are awkward to be around
Pepperdine has a reputation for being incredibly conservative and religious. Pepperdine students are sometimes seen as naive or sheltered. We are seen as prejudiced and opinionated on a lot of issues.
Pepperdine students are definitely stereotyped as being stuck up and spoiled and 'bible-huggers'
Most people think that every other student has a celebrity for a parent and drives a high-end German car, and that we all go to the beach every day after classes.
wealthy, white, conservative, narrow-minded Christians
- We are all rich, snobby kids who are out of touch with the real world being used to private schools and privileged lives.
- The girls are like barbies and the guys are metrosexual.
- We are close-minded/intolerant christians
Rich, Spoiled, Rude, Christian, Goody Goodies
rich, snobby, not diverse
The most typical stereotype you will hear about a Pepperdine student is that they are rich and conservatives. A typical male stereotype is California-type surfer guy, and a typical female stereotype is the Barbie-girl dumb blonde.
Rich, white, stuck-up, driving BMWs, surfers, smart
Some stereotypes that I was concerned with was that Pepperdine students like to party all the time and that all of the girls are "Malibu Barbies".
Pepperdine is a party school.
It is full of rich arrogant kids.
Deer roam wherever they please.
It has surfing classes
Everyone thinks Pepperdine students are rich,white, spoiled Republicans that have a thing for driving BMW's and other high-end cars.
rich and snobby; beautiful; beach
that we are all white rich kids
Mostly Pepperdine is seen as a student body of well-off and conservatively Christian students. Along with that some people get the idea that the students are kind of snobby and judgemental.
That they are rich and superficial or Christian and nerdy.
Christian. Evangelical. Socially conservative. Prohibitionist.
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