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The University of Connecticut

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UCONN

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By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesB+
By Major
Animal StudiesA+
AnthropologyA-
Art & Design DepartmentB+
BiologyA-
Business - Management and AdministrationB-
Chemical EngineeringA
ChemistryA+
Civil EngineeringB+
CommunicationsB
Computer ScienceB+
EconomicsA-
EducationC
Electrical EngineeringC
Engineering DepartmentB+
EnglishB
FinanceA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C+
JournalismA
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B
MathB-
Mechanical EngineeringB+
Music EducationA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceC
NursingA-
OtherA-
PhysicsB-
Political ScienceA
PreMed and MedicalA-
PsychologyB+
Public HealthA+
Public PolicyA-
Social WorkA+
SociologyB-
UndecidedA-

Against similar schools

Extracurricular Activities compared with similar schools in class.

University of Connecticut
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B

Harvard University
 B+
University of Massachusetts Amherst
 B+
Yale University
 A-
Northeastern University
 B+
Boston University
 B
Northeastern Illinois University
 C-
New York University
 B-
F
A+

Extracurricular Activities

... I'd have gone to class more often (anti-war activities and love interests all over the Northeast often kept me off campus for weeks when I wasn't...Read full comment
... Sure there are clubs to join and the normal college activities, but they are filled with dumb anti-social dorks and white-trash pieces of shit ...Read full comment
... When I was first applying to schools my senior year of high school, I wanted a big campus with D1 sports, but also a good education ...Read full comment
... The school focuses way too much on sports, and not enough on the arts ...Read full comment
... Sports: UCONN is pretty big in sports ...Read full comment
... Athletics: Obviously the sports are great ...Read full comment
... Student following for the men's and women's basketball teams and also the quickly rising football team is almost an obsession (which is great if...Read full comment
... I WISH THAT I HAD MADE A FEW MORE PROFESSIONAL CONNECTIONS WHEN I WAS THERE, I WISH I HAD TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF MORE OF THE CLUBS, AND ACTIVITIES LI...Read full comment
... The facilities and faculty are first rate and the sports and entainment venues are some of the best in the country ...Read full comment
... Friends aren't going to be made for you, and while there are lots of clubs/organizations/sports teams, they seem intimidating and unapproachable ...Read full comment
... I love the spirit and atmosphere of the fall sports, football and soccer always draw big crowds and usually make it deep into their NCAA tournam...Read full comment
... Trips are planned to go to NYC and Boston for the day, and there are lots of clubs, sports, etc that you can get involved in right here ...Read full comment
... Athletics, intermurals, clubs, and organizations are big here ...Read full comment
... I really like UConn even thought it's impossible to get sports tickets ...Read full comment
... If you like sports, either playing or watching UConn is awesome ...Read full comment
... Theres tons of extra curricular activities and the people are so friendly ...Read full comment
... Intramurals, fantastic gym, outdoor excursions, concerts, ball-room dancing, skydiving ...Read full comment
... With so many people on such a large campus, there is endless opportunity with meeting people with similar interests, finding the perfect major and...Read full comment
... Extracurricular: plenty of stuff to do on campus ...Read full comment
... And another great pro; the campus has tons of activities to get involved in ...Read full comment
... There is so many extra-curricular activities to do and to meet more and more people ...Read full comment
... The quickly growing academics and quality sports programs and night life make for a perfect college experience ...Read full comment
... There are so many opportunities to travel, do research, and do fun activities (skydiving club ...Read full comment
... Storrs is in the middle of nowhere, but they do have plenty of clubs and activities for people living on campus ...Read full comment
... There isn't much to say about the sports except 2004 dual national champions ...Read full comment
... The sports programs are amazing, and the school's recognition has gotten a lot better ...Read full comment
... Admittedly, the sports program was subperb during my years there, and provided most of the socialization/entertainment opportunities for an ...Read full comment
... There are good on-campus clubs and activities, but a lot of them are pretty unorganized ...Read full comment
... Eventually, I got pretty involved on campus and through networking with people in my activities, I now have a very good set of friends ...Read full comment
... If you like parties, greek life, lots of sports, and giant campuses with nothing to do outside campus then UConn is for you ...Read full comment
... But there is some stuff to do, game rooms, movies, late night activities, clubs, ect ...Read full comment
... As for the student body, a lot of people are into the University's sports teams ...Read full comment
... The school has lots of money to spend on facilities, activities, and other resources ...Read full comment
... During the weekends, it is one of the more popular activities ...Read full comment
... I've heard friends say all anybody cares about at their school is the sports during the seasons ...Read full comment
... Awesome sports teams and great facilities ...Read full comment
... One more thing: SPORTS ...Read full comment
... I got into other schools such as the University of Miami, University of Texas, University of Central Florida, and the University of South Florida...Read full comment

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