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The University of Florida

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UF

By Gender
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringD+
Animal StudiesA
Architecture & Urban Planning DepartmentA+
Art & Design DepartmentB-
Automotive EngineeringA
Business - Management and AdministrationA
Chemical EngineeringA-
Civil EngineeringB+
Computer EngineeringC+
Computer ScienceB-
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcB-
Electrical EngineeringA+
Engineering DepartmentA-
Geography and GeosciencesA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B
Industrial Operations EngineeringA+
Interior DesignD-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B
Mechanical EngineeringA+
Physical Therapy/Exercise ScienceA
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA
PreMed and MedicalB-
PreVet and VeterinaryA
Public HealthA-

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Extracurricular Activities

... The University spends MILLIONS accommodating its sports boosters ...Read full comment
... There are a ton of club sports though that many students are really passionate about and it is pretty easy to join up as long as you join at the ...Read full comment
... 2 million a year and at the same time increase the UF sports budget from 99 million to 101 million ...Read full comment
... Compared to other schools, our students may not be the most friendly, but everyone comes together to support the team, especially the sports teams...Read full comment
... sports are a major part of UF life ...Read full comment
... Academics,(The brightest & best Students from Florida usually chose UF) great sports, and many social clubs ...Read full comment
... UF has large intramural sports program, a great gym and playing fields ...Read full comment
... There are a lot of great reasons to choose UF: the sports teams are great, the city is fun, the weather is beautiful, the people are smart, co...Read full comment
... Enjoyed my experience at UF -- especially the sports and concerts ...Read full comment
... Socially, partying, clubbing, and sports are very popular ...Read full comment
... If you don't initiate involvement in activities you can expect to get left behind ...Read full comment
... UF offers the typical college experience for any student looking for an education as well as social activities ...Read full comment
... Though the school is huuuuuuge it can be a great place to go if you make it smaller for yourself by joining any of the myriad of social groups su...Read full comment
... Though the school is huuuuuuge it can be a great place to go if you make it smaller for yourself by joining any of the myriad of social groups s...Read full comment
... The Philosophy department at UF is surprisingly superior to what you would think a sports-obsessed public school would manage to have ...Read full comment
... Highly ranked nationally, UF is one of the best values in the country, great academically, plenty to do, and the sports teams are top notch ...Read full comment
... Of the many top notch programs at UF, funding from sports plus the huge college intake in education and allied health sciences helps keep the co...Read full comment
... The engineering community is very bold, and its your fault if you dont take advantage of its activities ...Read full comment
... This school has tremendous amount of opportunities, from research, to interships, to sports, to service organizations, but you need to be interes...Read full comment
... An hour to the beach, lots of bars, multiple live music venues, lake walburg close by, ginnie springs and college sports ...Read full comment
... There are a ton of extracurricular activities, clubs, movie theaters, bars, sports fields, and natural environments to enjoy ...Read full comment
... The funds simply go to sports or their research ...Read full comment
... Everything from academics to social life, clubs, sports, and night life, are all outstanding ...Read full comment
... We have our own advisers that seek to inspire on a one-on-one level; our own elective classes that are small and tight-knit with the professors; ...Read full comment

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