preppy, wealthy, not very diverse
good looking, white, upper class, conservative
rich, snobby, overachievers
Students are rich, white, and arrogant
All white - Vanillanova
have no fun - Villanofun
- "white-washed" rich kids
- snobby and arrogant
- everyone loves basketball
"Vanilla"-ova is what the school's called sometimes, and the students are stereotyped as those wealthy white students who came here with the help of their well-to-do parents.
Very white, rich, catholic school with students of the like. Not diverse in terms of the way people think, act, speak, feel and dress.
-They're stuck-up & obnoxious because of their background
-The campus is almost all white students (Vanilla-nova)
We're spoiled rich kids.
White, rich, snobby, conservative.
Before going to Villanova, I've heard that Villanova students are very preppy and stuck-up. Also, it's pretty well-known that students that are currently at Villanova were very involved in High School, including a lot of community service.
The preppiness of Villanova and the snobbiness of its students.
Preppy, stuck-up, rich, good looking
Villanova students are often stereotyped as preppy and Caucasian, although I believe the diversity is increasing and this stereotype does not exist as much.
All white, preppy, rich, stuck up and well dressed.
They are all white and rich
Vanillanova (referring to the white majority at Villanova)
Girls (particularly in the Arts & Science school) come just to find a husband
We're preppy, conservative, Catholic, and rich.
People tend to think that Villanova students are snobby and preppy. People call Villanova "Vanillanova" and "Villanofun". Some people have also told me that they think girls go to Villanova to meet a husband.
Villanova has a reputation of being full of rich white kids. To some extent, that's true, but I've seen a shift in the last three or so years that there are more and more "minority" students coming to Villanova- African Americans, Hispanics, Latinos, and International Students.
People also always think about Basketball [and sometimes Track & Field!] when they hear Villanova. It's true, our sports programs are pretty awesome!
The first two things that come to mind are "Vanilla-Nova" and "Villa-no-fun".
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