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The State University of New York Purchase College

Breakdown of “Social Life” at SUNYPU

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By Gender
MalesC+
FemalesC+
By Major
AnthropologyB-
Art & Design DepartmentC
BiologyB
ChemistryC-
CommunicationsC+
EconomicsC+
EnglishB-
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
JournalismC
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B
MathB
Music - Composition/TheoryD-
Music - PerformanceD+
Music EducationA
OtherC
Perfomance ArtsC
PhilosophyA-
Political ScienceA+
PreMed and MedicalA+
PsychologyD+
SociologyB-
UndecidedD-

Against similar schools

Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

State University of New York Purchase College
 C+
Average of All Schools
 C+
Average of schools in class
 B

New York University
 B
State University of New York Binghamton
 B-
Harvard University
 B-
State University of New York Geneseo
 B-
University of Massachusetts Amherst
 B
University Buffalo
 B
State University of New York College Buffalo
 B-
F
A+

Social Life

... SOCIALLY - a heterosexual male PMS-fest An anecdote: I met a fellow during my freshman year at Purchase in Fall 2003 ...Read full comment
... The atmosphere and social life are squarely the fault of the school, who encourage cliques and for you to know as FEW people as possible ....Read full comment
... I made schoolwork a priority but had friends and a good social life, as well ...Read full comment
... If you were an outcast in high school, and dream of attending a college where you’d be accepted for the very things that you were rejected...Read full comment
... So if you're looking for an ordinary campus with a healthy social life and want to actually have pride for your school ...Read full comment
... THEY ARE NOT SOCIAL, FRIENDLY, OR NICE ...Read full comment
... Needs to have more social activities ...Read full comment
... well, I'm a commuter and I didn't go to purchase to socialize, so I can't say much about that ...Read full comment
... not really a competitive school unless you go in for art, its tough to get a spot theres lots of different clubs, clubs for artistic peopl...Read full comment
... It also bothers me how big the arts departments are such as photography/ dance conservatories, but the social science department is so small with...Read full comment
... social life is tiresome ...Read full comment
... Social; I give the school a 5 ...Read full comment
... I have social anxiety and I don't get along with my roommates, which is why I've found it hard to make friends, but I feel like you could approac...Read full comment

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