Lame, disappointing, school made for the unmotivated, filled with drop outs (somewhat true), 24/7 partying, predominantly Hispanic, etc.
That UTSA isn't a big campus. That there is no campus life, that there isn't a lot for students to get involved in.
Probably the most predominant stereotype about UTSA is that it's a commuter school. The image is that students come and go by car, with relatively few living on-campus or maintaining a solid on-campus presence.
The stereotype about UTSA students is that a majority are there just as a stepping-stone to UT, or because they can't get in to UT.
I have been here two years and have really just been in the engineering area of the school. I don't have to much input as to what stereotypes are out there about UTSA.
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