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Breakdown of “Friendliness” at MUNUS

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB-
By Major
AccountingD+
ArchitectureB
Art & Design DepartmentC-
Automotive EngineeringD
BiologyB
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Chemical EngineeringA
ChemistryA+
Civil EngineeringB+
CommunicationsB-
Computer EngineeringA-
CriminalB
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcA
EducationC-
Electrical EngineeringB
Engineering DepartmentA-
EnglishB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music - PerformanceB-
Music EducationB+
NursingC-
OtherA-
Perfomance ArtsC-
PhilosophyC+
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalB+
PreVet and VeterinaryA
PsychologyC
TelecommunicationsF
UndecidedA-
ZoologyC-

Against similar schools

Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

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Friendliness

... it truly creates a hostile unfriendly environment of people looking to find people breaking the rules ...Read full comment
... Rockhill is trying to be a college friendly town and, while it is a southern city of relative small size, it is attractive and pleasent ...Read full comment
... Students are for the most part very friendly, and there are age differences in students from the trad student all the way to the non-trad student...Read full comment
... People here are either really bizzare or normal, but in either case they're friendly enough ...Read full comment
... I am in the best space of my life, Marist has everything I could ask for, they have an outstanding fashion program (my major), they always have a...Read full comment
... They are not very friendly or outgoing ...Read full comment
... They are supportive, friendly, and help students network after they graduate ...Read full comment
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... The people are super friendly (not to mention that GSU women are A+), and the professors actually care ...Read full comment
... Teachers and students much more friendly than I thought (being from VA) and alot going on here ...Read full comment
... They are also friendly ...Read full comment
... They are still very friendly, fairly liberal, and not snobbish ...Read full comment
... The student body is very friendly, we just didn't have much in common, partially because most of the student body was lacking in intellectual cur...Read full comment
... Prospective students visiting the college will find that the institutional rules and guidelines are well balance in the friendly atmosphere of th...Read full comment
... Students are very friendly and helpful ...Read full comment
... Everyone is very friendly ...Read full comment
... The administration, professors, and students are some of the most intellectually brilliant, supportive, well-rounded, and friendly people you wil...Read full comment
... However, at Lynn University people were absolutely friendly, open and helpful ...Read full comment
... They position themselves as a commuter friendly school and in the beginning they were ...Read full comment
... Administration is very friendly and helpful ...Read full comment
... Our University is not a bad place, the people here are friendly and the enviroment is peaceful ...Read full comment
... #9 Most of the students can be quite friendly ...Read full comment
... The staff, teachers and students were kind, friendly and down to earth ...Read full comment

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