It is definately known as a prestigious school, and thus the stereotype is that there are highly qualified students here. But along with prestige comes wealth, and therefore there is certainly a stereotype that the students are all spoiled, rich kids.
One stereotype is that they are a homogenous group of preppy white kids from New Jersey and Long Island who are politically apethetic.
RICH RICH RICH, they all rely on their parents money, it also goes by the lable villano-fun, which is true in some cases, no frat house, no great off campus student housing, therefore no large parties. villanova students are preppy.
Skinny white girls who do coke.
Rich Private school brats who only got in because of alumni.
That most of the student here are from wealthy white homes
All white, preppy, smart
We are described as "Vanillanova" and "Villa-no-fun." Everyone thinks that Villanova students are stuck-up, rich, white, Irish kids who wear J.Crew and Polo and pop their collars. We are criticized for having too little diversity and not enough parties.
good looking, predominantly white, intelligent
Villanova is supposed to be a homogenous group of WASP-like students.
Villanova students are stereotyped as preppy, yuppie, follow the latest fashion trends. Some may say that many are from upper middle class backgrounds and conceded because of this.
That they're all from New Jersey, which isn't entirely true. That they come from a J-Crew magazine. Rich and undiverse.
relatively well-off kids on an extremely predominantly white campus. villanova definitely has a strong reputation for being a top school, and the community involvement and community service that are stressed on campus are one aspect that truly sets villanova apart. i think that villanova girls are stereotyped as being somewhat prissy and preppy.
That everyone is a preppy white kid. That all Villanova kids have a lot
of money. People think that everyone here is stuck up. More or less,
people think they Villanova kids are J-crew ads.
rich white kids that spend their parents money
White, upper-middle class, vanilla, plain, not much diversity, vera bradley and coach bags, preppy
Wealthy, arrogent, smart, preppy
There are definitely a few stereotypes that circulate around campus. They range from "VanillaNova" to a campus full of rich kids to a team with a lot of spirit for their school and basketball team.
preppy, want to save the world
- All Villanova students are rich, white, and Catholic
- Villanova students are all the same and wear all the same clothes
- Everyone at Villanova is the same
wealthy, preppy, snobby, service is competitive
Villanova students are all rich, white kids
Villanova is a cookie cutter school
Preppy, all white and from New Jersey, don't know how to/can't have fun
Some nickname Villanova as "Villanofun" or "Vanillanova".
wealthy, white, intolerant
rich white kids
white, rich, Catholic
very preppy, white and wealthy. very philanthropic and all maintain a community like atmosphere
preppy, snobby, very driven, involved, committed to service
One is Vanillanova because of the lack of diversity on campus. Almost everyone has a preppy look and all the girls wear uggs.
conserative, well-off, east coast, preppy
rich prep school kids out to spend daddy's money
That they are all rich and preppy people who are unfriendly.
Stereotypes of Nova girls are the super-fake blondes, and the guys as Jersey collar-poppers.
White, rich, spoiled
Mostly white, catholic students.
Preppy rich white kids
That we are an all white school and religion is everything.
Rich, only white, care about the way they look, no fun/drinking
Preppy, smart, rich kids
rich, preppy, villanofun, vanillanova
All white and no diversity. Also that it is not fun.
rich, catholic, and white
They are preppy, white, and wealthy.
Stereotypes= Stuck up, self-absorbed, and rich white students; "Vanillanova"
rich and preppy, lack of cultural diversity
That it is a school for rich kids of good familys. Everybody is the same cookie cuttered student.
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