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Breakdown of “Social Life” at UPENN
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By Gender
MaleA-
FemaleB+
 
By Major
AccountingC-
AnthropologyB-
ArchaeologyA+
ArchitectureA+
BiologyB
Business - Management and AdministrationB+
ChemistryA
CommunicationsA
Computer EngineeringA+
Computer ScienceB
EconomicsA-
Electrical EngineeringA+
Engineering DepartmentA+
EnglishA
FinanceB
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA+
Geography and GeosciencesA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
MathA-
Mechanical EngineeringA+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
NursingA
OtherA
PhilosophyA
PhysicsB+
Political ScienceB
PreDent and DentistryF
PsychologyB
Religion/ReligiousA-
UndecidedB+
Urban PlanningB
 

Against similar schools
Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

University of Pennsylvania
 A-
Average of All Schools
 C+
Average of schools in class
 B

Harvard University
 B-
Cornell University
 B+
Princeton University
 B
Yale University
 B+
Brown University
 A-
Stanford University
 B
Columbia University in the City of New York
 B-
F
A+

Quotes touching on Social Life

“... There is a thriving social scene (you can go out every night, if you choose) ...”
 
“... But even if your interests are not in the quantitative sciences, you will find some of the best departments the country in the social sciences an...”
 
“... As for the social scene, if you like drinking, this is the place for you ...”
 
“... It provides several ultimate blends: city and campus, work hard and play hard, large social atmosphere with several small classes ...”
 
“... You might want to hang out at the dorms and talk to some people to get an idea of what the life is like because as important it is to like the c...”
 
“... Social life here is pretty good ...”
 
“... Social life is limited mostly to drinking and frats, so if you hate both, you may want to go elsewhere ...”
 
“... Sure there's some social homogeneity flowing around, but what school (and perhaps what society) does not face that ...”
 
“... academically it is top-notch - i wont dispute that, but socially it is a hell hole ...”
 
“... A wonderful several years here - took the time to *actually go out and do things* which is why there's a social life - don't get involved, no soci...”
 
“... I don't think I could be anywhere better academically, but socially Penn's not really the best place for me ...”
 
“... Your social life at Penn will be what you make of it, it won't seek you out ...”
 
“... The social life on campus is vibrant- and if you get bored, there's a whole city to explore ...”
 
“... It is very strong, academically, and students here know how to do well both intellectually AND socially ...”
 
“... Being a sophomore, I've experienced much of the "social Ivy" experience ...”
 
“... It truly is the "social ivy" ...”
 
“... The Wharton influence keeps the socialists and far left as a whole in check, which I think is wonderful ...”
 
“... Social life is great ...”
 
“... Matriculating to an Ivy League university, I expected to be swamped with work, overwhelmed with papers, and deprived of a social life ...”
 
“... Socially, it's probably one of the best "academic" party schools in the nation ...”
 
“... In my experience, especially in the engineering department, classes are VERY tough, everyone is just as smart and/or smarter than you, competiti...”
 
“... At Penn you will find the perfect balance between world class academics and a great social life ...”
 
“... My problem with the school is the social atmosphere; [as a freshman] unless you fit neatly into one of three groups, you will find it difficult ...”
 
“... UPenn has it's ups and downs both academically and socially, but the good outweighed the bad, and the downfalls of the school were very few ...”
 
“... I have two Asian roommates that are completely socially inept, which is the norm for students at Penn ...”
 
“... I believe that UPenn offered a strong nursing undergraduate education as well as a diverse social life ...”
 
“... I've made so many friends who actually take the time to get to know you as an individual and there are SO MANY things to do in Philly, the social...”
 
“... All in all, I highly recommend Penn to an open minded individual who wants an amazing educational experience, who is social, fun-loving, and n...”
 
“... It combines its superior academics with a highly engaging social and extra-curricular life that other Ivies and similar schools often lack ...”
 
“... Also because she drinks and gets high far more than I (I hate to admit it but Penn social life need alcohol to be enjoyable) ...”
 
“... Social life: I rushed for a sorority and did not get into a single one ...”
 
“... It has tremendous intellectual and cultural resources, it resides within a city that is similarly blessed, it has some extremely strong departme...”
 
“... The greatest asset of any ivy or top tier school is an extensive social network ...”
 
“... It's got it all, socially and academically ...”
 
“... I was not a social misfit, nor was I at the other end of the spectrum ...”
 
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