Spelman College is said to be full of stuck-up, boujie, rich females. This stereotype is not accurate because I have several Spelman sisters who have to worry about if they are going to be able to come back the next semester because of money. I also have plenty of down to earth, laid back friends so this stereotype is completely wrong.
The stereotype of students at my school is that we are all conceited and stuck up, but this stereotype is not accurate. The majority of the students at my school and I are very down to earth, involved with several activities on and off campus, and we love talking to others about our school and many other things.
The stereotype would be that all Spelman College women are wealthy which is incorrect, the campus is extremely diverse with students from various financial and social backgrounds.
The common stereotype of Spelman girls are stuck up rich girls. But that is definitely not the case. While some are that is not the norm for all Spelman girls. I am not that way and all the girls that I have met and developed a close bond with aren't either.
A popular stereotype about Spelman women is that we are all smart, rich and arrogant. I am hear to tell you that only one part of this holds truth with every Spelman woman... and it is being smart! Most Spelman women take pride in their intelligence and are accepted into Spelman because of their outstanding academic skills. So when you hear that we are smart, it is very true! The other stereotypes about us all being rich and arrogant is definitely false. While there are some girls that attend Spelman and come from families of wealth, there are still a large amount of students who do not. Finally, the stereotype that we are all arrogant or stuck up is totally false. While there may be some Spelman students who possess this attitude does not mean that we all do.
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