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The University of California Santa Barbara

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UCSB

By Gender
By Major
Business - Management and AdministrationC+
Chemical EngineeringA-
Computer EngineeringA
Computer ScienceB+
Electrical EngineeringA+
Engineering DepartmentC-
Geography and GeosciencesA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A+
Mechanical EngineeringA-
Political ScienceA
PreDent and DentistryA+
PreLaw and LegalB

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Extracurricular Activities

... However if partying is not your thing, you will still have plenty of friends and more than enough other activities to engage in ...Read full comment
... UCSB had a solid program with interesting students and activities ...Read full comment
... There are other activities available and other places to live if you really don't like that kind of social life ...Read full comment
... There are also many other activities to join such as intramural sports was great, but overall the party school reputation does stand and also ver...Read full comment
... You live on or around the beach, close to all your friends (whose ranks are constantly growing), there is an unnatural number of goodlooking peop...Read full comment
... Student body is intelligent, friendly and very engaged in academics, sports and all kinds of clubs/activities ...Read full comment
... There are many places to study, lots of computers, resources to help students, and many extracurricular activities ...Read full comment
... There are plenty of activities to do ...Read full comment
... The education gained, the social skills experienced and learned, the amount of outdoor activities at your fingertips, and the outgoing nature of ...Read full comment
... However throughout my time at UCSB, I dabbled in all sorts of extracurriculars and classes, and experienced all sorts of successes ...Read full comment
... There are many other things to do on campus and in the downtown area but partying is still the top choice for weekend activities ...Read full comment
... Don't be afraid to get involved in campus activities beyond the parties and general roommate socializing ...Read full comment
The University of California Santa Barbara
The University of California Santa Barbara

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