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The College of William and Mary

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at CWM

By Gender
By Major
Business - Management and AdministrationB+
Computer ScienceB+
Geography and GeosciencesB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A-
Industrial Operations EngineeringA+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C+
Music - Composition/TheoryA
Natural ResourcesA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceC-
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA
PreMed and MedicalB
Public PolicyA-

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Extracurricular Activities

... However, the sense of history, the closeness of the campus, the beauty of the region and the proximity to other activities was a huge draw ...Read full comment
... Organization - There are clubs, intramurals, and then there are the Greeks ...Read full comment
... The town is small and horrid and anti-student, the administration presents itself as an enemy to the students, and there aren't many positive or ...Read full comment
... College is all about finding the balance between academics and extracurricular stuff, however, and there's plenty as far as outside of school act...Read full comment
... Also, the sports teams sucked ...Read full comment
... the campus is small enough that one may be involved in many activities and sports ...Read full comment
... Unfortunately, there isn't one single sports team the entire school gathers behind and supports ...Read full comment
... it's so true that the majority of students who are involved in campus activities will praise W&M to high heaven because it IS a wonderful place fo...Read full comment
... William and Mary has a plethera of social opportunities, with or without alcohol (we choose alcohol), but it is up to the individual to get thems...Read full comment
... I am developing my mind and my heart through my classes and activities and the people that I know ...Read full comment
... as a huge sports fan, I'm disappointed with the lack of sporting events worth watching ...Read full comment
... You have to be proactive about getting involved with extracurricular activities, too ...Read full comment
... William and Mary is not a "party school" but there are more than enough places to party if you want to, as well as numerous other activities (mov...Read full comment
... Extracurriculars are great, they are open to everyone and there's one for every interest ...Read full comment
... Things are quiet I suppose, but there are many different activities to be involved in, and many cool people to befriend ...Read full comment
... This isn't a party school and a good number of people never attend sports events ...Read full comment
... Many students here are very involved in clubs, organizations, sports, etc ...Read full comment
... Doing extracurricular that connect to your academics is the best way to feel like you're accomplishing something during your time in college; thi...Read full comment
... There are many different activities to participate in ...Read full comment
... However, there aren't many activities and clubs in college so sometimes I feel this college is very boring ...Read full comment
... Third, the university has excellent supporting services such as free counselling, a superb sports center, a very helpful writing center, and exce...Read full comment
... Regarding school spirit, everyone is fairly apathetic towards the sports teams ...Read full comment
... The sports teams are starting to get more popular, especially football, but spectators are still relatively scarce ...Read full comment
... However, I wish that I had played a bit more at W&M and had tried out lots of different activities besides those aimed at a career in publishi...Read full comment
... Frat parties do get old, but hanging out at coffee shops listening to live music, wandering around the beautiful campus, many academic activitie...Read full comment
... The students here really like to get involved in extracurricular activities such as community service,sports and recreation, and sororities/frats...Read full comment
... -Strong student-run organizations--clubs, sports, service frats, religious groups are all well-established ...Read full comment
... The extracuricular activities are pretty nice ...Read full comment
... If you want to mix social or extracurricular activities with school work, you can do that too ...Read full comment
... Sports aren't big at all (like maybe 200 students max will be in the student section at a basketball game) ...Read full comment
The College of William and Mary
The College of William and Mary

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