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The University of Rochester

Breakdown of “Friendliness” at URoch

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By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesA-
By Major
AnthropologyA
Art & Design DepartmentA
BiologyB
Chemical EngineeringB
ChemistryA-
Computer ScienceB
EconomicsA-
Electrical EngineeringB+
Engineering DepartmentB+
EnglishB+
FinanceA+
GeneticsA-
Geography and GeosciencesB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C+
LinguisticsA+
MathB+
Mechanical EngineeringB+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA-
OtherB
PhilosophyA
PhysicsB
Political ScienceB
PreMed and MedicalA-
PreVet and VeterinaryA-
PsychologyB+
Public HealthB+
Religion/ReligiousA
UndecidedB

Against similar schools

Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

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

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

Friendliness

... The teachers and classes really cater to preparation for the workplace, and if you ever need help, they have always been friendly and helpful in ...Read full comment
... THe students here are generally friendly, and there isn't a terribly elite atmosphere ...Read full comment
... The people are friendly and open minded, albeit a bit weird, but you can definitely tell that many of us were borderline Ivy rejections (aka the ...Read full comment
... The teachers are mostly famous economists, and yet extremely approachable and friendly ...Read full comment
... My peers were smart and friendly, and my professors were excellent at teaching and ensuring student success ...Read full comment
... The students are extremely friendly and open ...Read full comment
... The girls were friendly and open to a good time, the drink was easy to come by, and walking a mile in subzero temperatures through the 19th Ward...Read full comment
... There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in scientific research, and most faculty I have met are very friendly and willing to talk to yo...Read full comment
... Students are friendly and there is a moderately sized group that will go out to the local clubs and bars and to fraternity parties ...Read full comment
... My peers were smart and friendly, and my professors were excellent at teaching and ensuring student success ...Read full comment
... The student body is unfriendly and cliquish, the school is boring, the girls snooty and unnattractive ...Read full comment
... Almost everyone is very friendly, and the student body is really diverse and cohesive ...Read full comment
... The teachers are mostly famous economists, and yet extremely approachable and friendly ...Read full comment
... One of the big problems here is food, which is awful to taste, overpriced and served by the friendly men and women of the local 11, who look lik...Read full comment
... My peers were smart and friendly, and my professors were excellent at teaching and ensuring student success ...Read full comment
... The majority of students here are friendly though but after a while you'll realize that many are just fake ...Read full comment
... My peers were smart and friendly, and my professors were excellent at teaching and ensuring student success ...Read full comment
... Most people are very friendly ...Read full comment
... I consider myself very easy going and friendly ...Read full comment
... The campus is beautiful, the faculty are friendly and accessible, and the students are all very intelligent ...Read full comment
... The students are extremely friendly and open ...Read full comment
... People are extraordinarily friendly (at least it seemed to me, coming from LI) and it's easy to make friends as long as you put the effort out t...Read full comment
... Overall, my education at the UofR was enabling -- the Institute of Optics is a marvelous department residing in a somewhat distanced and potenti...Read full comment
... Everyone here is friendly, as an incoming freshmen I feel welcomed by everyone, all the upperclassmen and professors are more than willing to ben...Read full comment
... A couple things I liked about the school: Almost everyone is very friendly and approachable, everyone is willing to help everyone else out, eve...Read full comment
... The teachers are mostly famous economists, and yet extremely approachable and friendly ...Read full comment
... These negatives aside, the people here are friendly even if they might not be particularly interested in the happenings of the outside world ....Read full comment
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