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The University of California Los Angeles

Breakdown of “Social Life” at UCLA

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB+
By Major
AccountingA
Aerospace EngineeringB
AnthropologyC
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.)B+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A-
MathB
Mechanical EngineeringA-
Music - Composition/TheoryA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
NursingB+
OtherB+
Perfomance ArtsD-
PhilosophyB+
PhysicsA
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA
PreMed and MedicalA
PsychologyB-
SociologyA-
UndecidedD+
Video/MediaA
ZoologyA+

Against similar schools

Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

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

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

Social Life

... and I feel I have a better understanding of how the world operates economically/socially/historically than the average person ...Read full comment
... Though the campus may seem impersonal while you're there, there are plenty of opportunities to engage, both socially and academically, and make a...Read full comment
... Apparently (at least by looking at the numbers) the students are relatively smart, but I guess undergrads who want to come to LA are looking for...Read full comment
... Know that when you choose UCLA the large social barriers of a large university are not a little thing to overcome ...Read full comment
... Go on the message boards and you will see that there are (in no particular order) Democrats, Republicans, Greens, Libertarians, Socialists, Comm...Read full comment
... At UCLA, the Greek community is fairly strong, though not vital for a student to have a social life ...Read full comment
... North campus houses the humanities, the arts and the social sciences; its students are more relax and prefer coffee shops to computer labs ...Read full comment
... The campus is beautiful, the social scene exciting, and the city of Los Angeles is awesome ...Read full comment
... They're smart, but have social lifes as well ...Read full comment
... People who major in the sciences and engineering (South Campus) live a totally different lifestyle than those who major in the social sciences and...Read full comment
... The school provides an excellent combination of social and academic activities ...Read full comment
... As for those who say that UCLA is too big to find a niche to call your own, these people are probably socially awkward ...Read full comment
... In addition, the campus is beautiful, there are many places to go and quietly study, social life is pretty happenin', and there are many oppor...Read full comment
... The key to this large university is to get involved socially and academically to make the community seem much smaller and less overwhelming ...Read full comment
... The social life is very well rounded (the Greek system plays a prominent, but not dominant role ...Read full comment
... I was one of those antisocial nerds in high school, I won't lie ...Read full comment
... Opportunities: UCLA has many different organizations you can get involved in, ranging from social to political to theatre to arts ...Read full comment
... Socially UCLA can be a bit overwhelming with so many different people from different backgrounds ...Read full comment
... There's a nice balance between the school life and the social life ...Read full comment
... The social life is great and with Westwood just nearby, there is always something to do ...Read full comment
... I suppose it's not a suprise that one might feel isolated at a university with 35,000+ people- and if you're more extroverted, it's easy to get ...Read full comment
... -Class size for social science classes can reach 300 students, while my business classes are around 80 students ...Read full comment
... However, the academics was barely average and social life was disappointing ...Read full comment
... Great campus to find your niche academically and socially if you are keen in doing the work ...Read full comment
... Strengths: Diverse research, artistic, social, community-service activities that are readily available to all students ...Read full comment
... Overall great experience -- beautiful campus, amazing faculty, cool social scene, & a great deal as a CA resident ...Read full comment
... The population gives you a "number" and that is intimidating for antisocial nerds who tend to gather in the engineering buildings ...Read full comment

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