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Brown University

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at Brown

By Gender
By Major
Animal StudiesC+
Art & Design DepartmentA-
Business - Management and AdministrationC
Civil EngineeringA+
Computer ScienceB+
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcA
Electrical EngineeringC+
Engineering DepartmentB+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA+
Geography and GeosciencesC
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A
Mechanical EngineeringA
Music - Composition/TheoryA+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
Perfomance ArtsA+
Political ScienceA
PreLaw and LegalA
PreMed and MedicalA
Public PolicyA

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Extracurricular Activities

... As a middle-lower class white guy who enjoys college sports, drinking, and having a diverse group of friends (the latter of which you would think...Read full comment
... It has challenging and wide-ranging academic options, faculty that genuinely care about a) their subject and b) their students, tons of extracur...Read full comment
... The undergraduate student is the center of emphasis; the faculty supports the undergrad; the cousrse selection is varied and the amount of extrac...Read full comment
... Brown grants ample opportunity for creativity and experimentation in intellectual, social, and extracurricular pursuits ...Read full comment
... The people are friendly and there are so many different activities to get involved in ...Read full comment
... The people and activities at Brown make it worthwhile, and I do love Providence ...Read full comment
... Brown University really has given me the opportunity to explore my true interests both in terms of academics and in terms of extracurriculars ...Read full comment
... There's great flexibility without a core curriculum, lots of different activities to become involved in, and a faculty that really seems to care...Read full comment
... The campus has tons of activities everyday ...Read full comment
... Brown gives you the freedom to have as fun and fulfilling of a college experience as you want -- no core curriculum, a flexible grading system wit...Read full comment
... I especially liked the sports facilities ...Read full comment
... :) The Brown administration and campus department of safety know the types of activities that college students partake in and as long as no one i...Read full comment

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