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The University of Connecticut

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at UCONN

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By Gender
MalesC-
FemalesD+
By Major
Animal StudiesB
AnthropologyD-
Art & Design DepartmentF
BiologyC-
Business - Management and AdministrationD
Chemical EngineeringD+
ChemistryC+
Civil EngineeringC-
CommunicationsD-
Computer ScienceC
EconomicsC
EducationD-
Electrical EngineeringC
Engineering DepartmentC+
EnglishC-
FinanceB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C-
JournalismC+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.D-
MathD+
Mechanical EngineeringC
Music EducationC-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceF
NursingC
OtherD+
PhysicsD-
Political ScienceB-
PreMed and MedicalC-
PsychologyD+
Public HealthB-
Public PolicyB
Social WorkC
SociologyD
UndecidedF

Against similar schools

Surrounding City compared with similar schools in class.

University of Connecticut
 C-
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 A-

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

Surrounding City

... As for the surrounding city, there isn't one ...Read full comment
... ' The cohort model was an atrocity, by the way ...Read full comment
... I was looking at private, city-schools with a strong focus in political science and international relations ...Read full comment
... yeah it's in the middle of nowhere but you forget about that--the campus is so self-contained it feels like it's own city and you really have no r...Read full comment
... There are always people to hang out with and even though the campus isn't in the city, there are still multiple bars and there are always places ...Read full comment
... Because UConn is in such a rural area, it becomes its own city and the sense of community and pride among UConn students is very strong despite i...Read full comment
... The fact that there is no town or city near UConn really doesn't matter as the University is a small city in itself ...Read full comment
... Campus & surrounding town: Beautiful rural area that becomes a mini-city when you're in the center of campus ...Read full comment
... If you are looking to come to a school with a great city life, it is not here ...Read full comment

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