The girls here are good looking for the most part and we are close to Bridgeport, but we're also bordering Fairfield which is a really nice town.
No. Not everyone at the school is made of money nor stuck up. I find so many of the people here friendly. Wherever you go you are going to find people you won't get a long with but that steroetype is far from true.
Many students are from Long Island, but there is still a diversity in ethnicity. The school is smaller than other schools but I find it to be a good size( its all what you prefer).
It is partially true, but there are also so many great people at SHU, and it is so easy to make the best of friends.
the internships are "misrepresented", especially the 5 year master's program for education, it's really 5 and a half or 6 if you do the actual internship.
Unfortunately for the most part they stereotypes are accurate. In my opinion, after four years there, I met only a few people who didn't fit the stereotype. Althpugh the majortiy of the people I associated with in college fit this stereotype, the friends I made at SHU are not even remotely close to it. They are more like me: down to earth, blue-collar kids who don't have wealthy parents.
No not at all. While there are some that fit these sterotypes there is a wide range of diversity throughout the student body. A person can always find a group to associate and feel welcomed with.
EVERYONE IS FROM LONG ISLAND!!!
The professors and university staff is always willing to meet with you and treat you like and adult in the buisness world.
for the most part
No - in fact the only high school like thing at SHU is the fact that most classrooms and the cafeteria are in the same building...but who's complaining?
Yes, for the most part.
Well for the most part, there are a lot of wealthy kids and many are from Long Island but there are also a great deal of other people here that come from a variety of background and economic levels.
I'd say the majority of our students are from Long Island so yes, it is pretty accurate but the rich stereotype is not accurate.
Not really. Most people are from Long Island, but that does not mean they are snobby or Italian.
yes. they are accurate.
No, not at all. Sacred Heart does have a GSA chapter, and the staff is very open minded and helpful. The students are really cool about it too. Some may not agree with the Gay Community, but they are mature enough to not be rude about it.
Somewhat, I'm not gunna lie, there are some stuck up kids here but everyone is pretty much down to earth and it's really easy to find a group of friends here. We definitely study a lot, but we know how to have a lot of fun as well.
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