StudentsReview :: The University of Rochester - Extracurricular Activities Ratings
-or-
Search for Schools by Region
 

or within distance of city

Similar Schools
George Washington University -- District of Columbia, DC
Cornell University -- Ithaca, NY
New York University -- New York, NY


  Who's got the Best?

Perceptual Rankings:
You Make 'Em.
We Post 'Em.
You Vote 'Em Up.
You Vote 'Em Down.
Aww yeah.


The University of Rochester

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UR

View:
By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesB+
By Major
AnthropologyB+
Art & Design DepartmentB
BiologyA-
Chemical EngineeringA-
ChemistryA
Computer ScienceB+
EconomicsA-
Electrical EngineeringA-
Engineering DepartmentA-
EnglishB+
FinanceA
GeneticsA+
Geography and GeosciencesA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B-
LinguisticsA+
MathB-
Mechanical EngineeringB+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB-
OtherC+
PhilosophyA+
PhysicsC
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalB-
PreVet and VeterinaryA-
PsychologyB+
Public HealthC+
Religion/ReligiousB-
UndecidedB+

Against similar schools

Extracurricular Activities compared with similar schools in class.

University of Rochester
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B+

Cornell University
 A-
Harvard University
 B+
Brown University
 A
New York University
 B-
Yale University
 A-
Syracuse University
 B
Princeton University
 B
F
A+

Extracurricular Activities

... I recommend that while in college, students do as many extracurricular activities as they can that are closest in relevance to what they want to ...Read full comment
... I immediately sought involvement in clubs and extracurricular activities, only to find that the club presence on campus was very half-heart...Read full comment
... I've been involved in multiple organizations on campus including sports, student government, and Greek life ...Read full comment
... Several of the extracurricular activities have their own small but close-knit communities, which I like a lot ...Read full comment
... Although many of my fellow commenters opinions are true (the weather sucks, social life is iffy), I would like to add that it's very important to ...Read full comment
... Sports at the U of R aren't a top priority since the school is in Division III, yet the men's and women's basketball teams are very competitiv...Read full comment
... Tons of activities, but lacking on the diversity of students ...Read full comment
... Activities are not bad here but I do not participate much ...Read full comment
... The city, I'll admit, is seriously lacking social activities ...Read full comment
... The University puts in a lot of effort to create bonding activities, but you're best off just finding your niche and bonding on your own, as most...Read full comment
... - excellent reputation - despite being known for sciences, there are some excellent departments in social sciences and humanities (poly-sci, ec...Read full comment
... There are tons of extracurricular clubs to choose from, from academic chapters of professional groups (in our case, AIChE) to competitive sports ...Read full comment
... That being said, there are parties every weekend or so (but you probably don't want to walk to parties in January anyway) and the school claims t...Read full comment
... So the social activities, parties, and whatever else pretty much end around november ...Read full comment
... Popular activities include watching movies, partying in the frat quad, attending events of student groups, taking a road trip to Canada, and just...Read full comment
... INTERMURAL: ...Read full comment
... Join some extracurricular groups, make some interesting friends, and you'll always have something to do ...Read full comment
The University of Rochester
The University of Rochester

StudentsReview Advice!

• What is a good school?
• Statistical Significance
• How to choose a Major
• How to choose your Career
• What you make of it?
• How Ivy League Admissions works
• On the Student/Faculty Ratio

• FAFSA: Who is a Parent?
• FAFSA: Parent Contribution
• FAFSA: Dream out of reach

• College Financial Planning
• Survive College and Graduate
• Sniffing Out Commuter Schools
• Preparing for College: A HS Roadmap
• Talking to Your Parents about College.
• Is a top college worth it?
• Why is college hard?
• Why Kids Aren't Happy in Traditional Schools
• Essential College Tips
• Cost of College Increasing Faster Than Inflation
• For parents filling out the FAFSA and PROFILE (from a veteran paper slinger)
• How to choose the right college?
• Create The Right Career Habits Now
• Senior Year (Tips and experience)
• Informational Overload! What Should I Look For in a College or University?
• Personality Type and College Choice
• A Free Application is a Good Application
• College Academic Survival Guide
• Getting Involved: The Key to College Happiness
• Choose a Path, Not a Major
• The Scoop on State Schools
• The Purpose of a Higher Education
• The Importance of Choosing the Right College Major (2012)
• How to choose a college major
• How to guarantee your acceptance to many colleges
• Nailing the College Application Process
• What to do for a Successful Interview
• I Don't Know Where to Start (General College Advice)
• Attitude and Dress Code for an Interview (General College Advice)
• Starting College (General College Advice)
Earn $$
Write an Article for us!
About Us | Advertise! | Press
Send Comments/Suggestions to: sradmin@studentsreview.com.

Copyright © 2000-2014. StudentsReview, All Rights Reserved.
 

 

Disclaimer: StudentsReview makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents of this site, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in the contents of this site. Furthermore, StudentsReview is not affiliated with any University or Institution.

All Universities in New York (NY), College Search, College Rankings