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The University of Houston

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UHouston

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentC+
Business - Management and AdministrationB+
Chemical EngineeringB-
Civil EngineeringB+
Computer EngineeringB-
Computer ScienceB-
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcA+
Electrical EngineeringB-
Engineering DepartmentB+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcC-
Geography and GeosciencesD+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Industrial Operations EngineeringA-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.D
Mechanical EngineeringB-
Music - Composition/TheoryB-
Music - PerformanceB-
Music EducationA
Perfomance ArtsC
Political ScienceA-
PreMed and MedicalB+
PreVet and VeterinaryA
Public HealthC+
School of InformationA

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Extracurricular Activities

... There are dozens of intramural and club sports teams, not to mention 14 NCAA Division I teams ...Read full comment
... This is a commuter college, and most students live off-campus and are not involved in a lot of social activities centered around the school; athe...Read full comment
... I always think of U of H as havin the best of both worlds: the great selection of classes, teachers, campus, and Divison I sports like a large u...Read full comment
... It is a commuter school, though if someone wants to "get involved" there are certainly many activities one can participate in ...Read full comment
... sports) ...Read full comment
... Opportunities for extra-cirricular activities such as student government, independent research and special programs like the Honors College are ...Read full comment
... Most people have forgetten that UH was a serious national contender in most colliegate sports in the late 80's and early 90's ...Read full comment
... Excellent opportunities to get involved in campus activities ...Read full comment
... The fourth largest city is at your disposal with just about anything you would ever want as far as entertainment, dining, the arts, professional...Read full comment
... Houston is a very big, very fun place to live, and the social activities and extra-curriculars are limitless ...Read full comment
... -Our sports department ...Read full comment
... For me, I lived on campus for 2 years and am involved in my program as well as a lot of extracurriculars (including a sorority), so I have neve...Read full comment
... Unfortunately, for the most part, the students are not involved in the school or any on campus activities ...Read full comment
... As far as extracurricular activities go, I haven't had a chance to really become involved, but i hear its always stuff going on on campus ...Read full comment
... If you are considering UH and you were within the top 10% of your class, participated in some extra-carricular activities, and/or have an SAT sco...Read full comment
... However, I found out that in a large metropolis such as Houston, the social atmosphere does not need to depend on the school, as one could round...Read full comment
... Honors College professors, although brilliant, are not treated fairly or paid enough because UH spends their money on propaganda and sports ...Read full comment
... If you want an ivy-league atmosphere or alot of on-campus social activities/good athletics, UH might not be the place for you ...Read full comment
... There are always activities taking place on campus, even on the weekends and/or holidays ...Read full comment
... -Our sports department ...Read full comment
... As far as extracurricular activities go, I haven't had a chance to really become involved, but i hear its always stuff going on on campus ...Read full comment
... I have made a multitude of friends, and have enjoyed many campus activities ...Read full comment
... There's no shortage of organizations, sports, etc ...Read full comment
... The extracurricular activities here are so-so ...Read full comment
... I have made a multitude of friends, and have enjoyed many campus activities ...Read full comment
... A day does not go by that I do not overhear students discussing a recent fight in which they had engaged, their level of inebriation at a recent ...Read full comment
... Within my first year at school here, we've had breakthroughs in Sports, Science, and Library reconstruction that is amazing ...Read full comment
... For me, I lived on campus for 2 years and am involved in my program as well as a lot of extracurriculars (including a sorority), so I have neve...Read full comment
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