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The University of California Los Angeles

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UCLA

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB+
By Major
AccountingA
Aerospace EngineeringC
AnthropologyB+
BiologyB
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Chemical EngineeringC+
ChemistryB
Civil EngineeringA+
CommunicationsB-
Computer EngineeringB
Computer ScienceA
EconomicsB
EducationA+
Electrical EngineeringA
Engineering DepartmentA
EnglishB+
FinanceA+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA+
Geography and GeosciencesB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B
MathB+
Mechanical EngineeringA
Music - Composition/TheoryA
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
NursingB-
OtherA-
Perfomance ArtsC+
PhilosophyA-
PhysicsA-
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA+
PreMed and MedicalA
PsychologyB
SociologyA-
UndecidedC
Video/MediaA+
ZoologyB+

Against similar schools

Extracurricular Activities compared with similar schools in class.

University of California Los Angeles
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B+

University of California Berkeley
 B+
Stanford University
 A-
Harvard University
 B+
Colorado State University Pueblo
 C+
University of California San Diego
 B-
University of California Santa Barbara
 A-
Yale University
 A-
F
A+

Extracurricular Activities

... I have found all the complaints about big universities to be true for UCLA-- it's hard to meet people after your first year, and there are a lot...Read full comment
... ), but for the most part, I'm assuming few students have had the opportunity to try such amazing activities ...Read full comment
... Questions, exercises, homework, and discussion all take place during the sections, but most of these activities contribute (directly) little to t...Read full comment
... With the wide variety of academics and extracurricular activities (theater, student council, the fraternity system, Education Abroad program, spo...Read full comment
... Our sports programs are excellent, and what better place to hang out than Los Angeles ...Read full comment
... The sports teams also suck as well (especially football) ...Read full comment
... Bottom line: it's a well-rounded university in many aspects from sports to academics with well-rounded students ...Read full comment
... The school provides an excellent combination of social and academic activities ...Read full comment
... I had an A average in high school, took AP classes, and got a 1290 on the SAT's, plus I was involved in extracurricular activities like clubs .....Read full comment
... Amazing academics, an exciting sports program (we beat USC in football this year ...Read full comment
... One of the best things about ucla is the rivalry with usc, and our unmatched sports program ...Read full comment
... Not only does UCLA excel in academics, it also excels in sport too, which has made my college experience totally amazing ( I used to hate sports ...Read full comment
... Beautiful campus, challenging programs, diverse student body, tons of opportunities to get involved (volunteering, internships, school activities,...Read full comment
... The sports teams are amazing ...Read full comment
... Potential the best rivalry in college sports ...Read full comment
... 2) Div I Sports Program ...Read full comment
... Strengths: Diverse research, artistic, social, community-service activities that are readily available to all students ...Read full comment
... I did so many activities I could beat every one of my "friends" here if compared to the sum of theirs ...Read full comment

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