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Rice University

Breakdown of “Social Life” at RU

By Gender
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringA+
Animal StudiesF
Art & Design DepartmentA-
Chemical EngineeringB+
Computer ScienceA-
Electrical EngineeringA-
Engineering DepartmentA-
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcC+
Geography and GeosciencesD+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music - Composition/TheoryA
Music - PerformanceA+
Political ScienceB-

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Social Life

... The car idea goes for any planned social outing as well, it is generally tough to get anywhere worth it without a car, unless you want to take yo...Read full comment
... the social scene is depressing and the college system is utterly broken ...Read full comment
... Social life is underrated and great, with lots of creative parties held by the colleges, and the most amazing orientation week ever ...Read full comment
... It challenges you to do your best while you certainly have plenty of time for socializing, and plenty of opportunities, too ...Read full comment
... The social life, however, does revolve around drinking on weekends (doesn't bother me) ...Read full comment
... Rice, however, has traditionally been focused on the maths and sciences, although a lot of our social sciences and humanities are gaining nationa...Read full comment
... 3) Social life: Not the best, but satisfactory ...Read full comment
... Rice has excellent academics, a decent social life and some good looking guys (architecture students are the best of the lot) ...Read full comment
... The social life is good, a little different because of the Residential College system, but fun anyways ...Read full comment
... First, the social life is excellent ...Read full comment
... First of all, social life at Rice is engaging and fun ...Read full comment
... A ton of academic, social, health-related, and other resources are available to Rice students, so much so that I couldn't even fairly begin t...Read full comment
... There are lots of opportunities to get involved with clubs, intramurals, campus work opportunities, and social events on campus ...Read full comment
... Demanding academics in a supportive social environment ...Read full comment
... Social life is fun ...Read full comment
... Second, my experiences in some classes out of my major (such as social sciences and humanties) were poor ...Read full comment
... The social scene is dominated by drinking, but there are a ton of clubs to join or you can start one of your own very easily ...Read full comment
... Because it uses the residential system, each student gets the opportunity to be part of both a smaller, tightly-knit community as well as the la...Read full comment
... I come from a suburban/rural region on the east coast and have a background that reflects my interests in almost all fields of study, specifically...Read full comment
... Several professors were _very_ good (Randi Martin and Micky Quinones, come to mind), but there were also a couple of other folks who had long si...Read full comment
... Social life exceeds my expectations, adn honestly my expectations were high ...Read full comment
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