Hey I was just wondering what kind of stereotypes are associated with each college at the University of Toronto. I'm obviously not basing my decisions on these, its just interesting to see lol. It's also hard to get a feel for the colleges since I live in Europe. Thank you!
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Stereotypes about the colleges at University of Toronto watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-10-2017 09:50
- 28-10-2017 10:27
Trinity- like the Slytherin of the school (the most prestigious- smart, exciting, but will not hesitate to give the death blow if you're not 'good enough' for them)Victoria- the backup Trinity, but actually full of smart and lovely people who dont REALLY regret having to go there hahaSt Michaels College- the weirdo at the back of the class talking/ praying before an exam, but once you get to know him he is super smart and sweetUniversity college- no stereotype because its basically just everyone who didnt want/ couldnt get into a proper college (there's no college spirit here) BUT the library is lit!Woodsworth college- the hipsters of UofT, also the most segregated because they all stay in their own collegeNew college- the most international and multicultural college, lots of different languages spoken there, great parties, great sports facilities