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George Washington University

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at GWU

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By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesB+
By Major
AccountingA
AnthropologyC-
ArchitectureA+
Art & Design DepartmentA
BiologyB+
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Chemical EngineeringA+
ChemistryA
Civil EngineeringC-
CommunicationsA-
Computer ScienceB-
CriminalC
EconomicsB+
Electrical EngineeringB-
EnglishA-
FinanceA
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcC-
Geography and GeosciencesB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B
Interior DesignA+
JournalismA-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.D-
MathB-
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music - PerformanceA+
OtherB+
PhilosophyA+
Political ScienceB
PreLaw and LegalA+
PreMed and MedicalA+
PsychologyB
Public HealthA-
Religion/ReligiousA+
SociologyA+
UndecidedB

Against similar schools

Extracurricular Activities compared with similar schools in class.

George Washington University
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B+
New York University
 B-
Cornell University
 A-
Stanford University
 A-
University of California Berkeley
 B+
Brown University
 A
Yale University
 A-
F
A+

Extracurricular Activities

... Second, while the bar scene may leave a lot to be desired, the diverse cultural activities are great for those who have other interests besides ...Read full comment
... They regularly leave their classes to TAs to teach as they pursue their other activities outside of GW ...Read full comment
... Even though I do have 15 close friends through dorm life, classes and student activities and a boyfriend I want to marry I am still LOOKING INTO ...Read full comment
... Into practicing sports ...Read full comment
... Once you get here, they aren’t concerned with insignificant things like the students, only drawing every last penny out of their parents w...Read full comment
... No sports teams ...Read full comment
... College is exactly what you make of it, however, so I wouldn't recommend GW to people who do not want to get involved in activities ...Read full comment
... Along with great friends, the Univeristy provides challenging course work, a distinguised class, an amazing atmosphere, spacious housing with you...Read full comment
... I hated the subway, my classes were really hard, and the students here seemed cold and too busy with internships and a gazillion other activities...Read full comment
... Quite a few male students wear ties and blazers/ or tweed sports jackets to class ...Read full comment
... It is SO easy to make friends that have the same interests as you through sports, intermurals, an abundance of clubs and groups, student governme...Read full comment
... The curriculum is very structured and the extracurricular are somewhat exclusive ...Read full comment
... Absolutely no school spirit when it comes to sports ...Read full comment
... I loved my experience there, and couldn't imagine going elsewhere, but this is for several reasons: I was very involved in 2-3 student activitie...Read full comment
... Sports ...Read full comment
... I did sports all throughout high school, but didn't want to be a varsity athlete/probably wouldn't have made the cut anyways ...Read full comment
... Personally, I have fun at sports events on campus, it would just be nice if more students would join me ...Read full comment
... People are generally friendly, and there are a lot of different extracurriculars to chose from if you choose to get involved ...Read full comment

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