I see one big stereotype is that greek like rules the campus.
We are all very smart people, regardless of what you may or may not hear. We also work hard, and have a very dedicated sports team, even though you may not always here about them.
That's the majority of the student involvelment is run by Greek Life.
I dont think that there really is a stereotype for UT. There are sooo many people. Its not like a cookie-cutter school like a Miami Oxford or something. There are many people who come from all over.
I really know for sure of one stereotype that the University of Toledo has, and that is that we are falling behind scholastically compared to other MAC schools. And this in turn deters students from attending.
I don’t think that there are many stereotypes that exist about UT students particularly. However, I believe that the students here often get lumped in to the “college student” stereotype.
Low income families that could not get into any other colleges, black.
The one stereotype that comes to mind is the fact that we have a lot of diversity on campus. I believe this is because The University of Toledo contains such a broad range of majors and minors that attract a wide range of students. Also, since Toledo is such a big city, a lot of people think that it's just a commuter school.
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