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Albright College

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at Albright

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By Gender
MalesD+
FemalesD+
By Major
AccountingB-
Art & Design DepartmentD+
BiologyD-
Business - Management and AdministrationD+
CommunicationsD
Computer ScienceC
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcC-
EducationC
EnglishF
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcF
MathC-
Music - Composition/TheoryB-
Perfomance ArtsF
Political ScienceC+
PreDent and DentistryF
PsychologyF

Against similar schools

Surrounding City compared with similar schools in class.

Albright College
 D+
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B+

Washington & Jefferson College
 C
Harvard University
 B+
Princeton University
 C+
Drexel University
 A-
New York University
 A
Arcadia University
 C+
Loyola University - Chicago
 A-
F
A+

Surrounding City

... I came from the city and wanted somewhere different and I am happy I chose Albright because the campus is beautiful and it is extremely safe for ...Read full comment
... The actual city of Reading is not the nicest, but there is NO REASON to be have to be in the inner city ...Read full comment
... I saw the small student population and the city of Reading as reasons leading to a poor social life but it has proven to be just the opposite ...Read full comment
... The college is in the middle of nowhere, there aren't enough activities or clubs to take part in and it is not a good school for someone who come...Read full comment
... First of all, Reading is a dangerous ugly city which has no reason to exist ...Read full comment
... The city of Reading has no such thing as a public bus/train transportation that is seen throughout many other cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore...Read full comment
... Sure, there is nothing to do in the city, but if you get involved it is so much fun ...Read full comment
... The city of Reading is known for violent crimes (Albright does not encourage police intervention for its own publicity sake), and even the camer...Read full comment
... Safety's so-so because it is the city of Reading, and the public safety department is a complete joke ...Read full comment
... There are no nightclubs, no city activities, so you feel trapped on campus every weekend ...Read full comment
... And the city itself is bad ...Read full comment
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