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Emory University

Breakdown of “Social Life” at EU

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB+
By Major
AnthropologyA-
BiologyB+
Business - Management and AdministrationB+
ChemistryA-
Computer ScienceB+
EconomicsB+
EnglishA-
FinanceC
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B+
MathA-
Music - PerformanceB
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA-
NursingA+
OtherB
PhilosophyC+
PhysicsB-
Political ScienceB+
PreLaw and LegalC-
PreMed and MedicalB
PsychologyA-
Social WorkA
SociologyB+
UndecidedC+

Against similar schools

Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

Emory University
 B
Average of All Schools
 C+
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B-
Cornell University
 B+
Brown University
 A-
Stanford University
 B
Yale University
 A-
Princeton University
 B
Vanderbilt University
 B+
F
A+

Social Life

... While I did eventual make a couple friends my second year (I had none first year), the social scene is not a pretty one ...Read full comment
... Social Life is really segregated by dorm for freshman and the ENTIRE social life scene revolves around Greek Life ...Read full comment
... Emory has a prominant Greek system that lets students get involved socially and philanthropically, as well as other organizations that leaves no...Read full comment
... The social scene is what you make of it ...Read full comment
... Socially, there are tons of clubs, and it seems like everyone is involved in something (quite a few overachievers here) ...Read full comment
... The social life is good ...Read full comment
... As for social scene, there are some very JAPpy girls and in my circle of friends we have come to see them almost as caricatures, cartoons because...Read full comment
... So if you are an independent and social individual and know what you want, Emory is amazing ...Read full comment
... Greek - for the most part social people that like to party ...Read full comment
... Let us be honest - the people that blast Emory for not meeting their personal "social acceptability level" are fucking morons ...Read full comment
... My only regret is not reading all the assigned material, I wish I had so I could have learned even more, however I was so involved in being socia...Read full comment
... This is a good school, ATL is a great town but the social scene has gone down hill in my two years ...Read full comment
... The social scene is pretty much nonexistant because there is nothing to do on campus thanks to a administration that cares only about outsiders ...Read full comment
... The Social Work Dept needs some improvements ...Read full comment
... Come to Emory if your intelligent both academically and socially ...Read full comment
... Socially, Emory has a broad range of ethnic diversity, yet little cultural diversity ...Read full comment
... social scene is what you make of it ...Read full comment
... Then there are the antisocial ones with beards growing out of their shirts and up their necks because they have NEVER shaved ...Read full comment
... As for social life, mine is pretty nonexistent ...Read full comment
... However, Emory is a very socially divided university; people tend to stick with their friends that they meet within the first couple months or w...Read full comment
... However, Emory is a very socially divided university; people tend to stick with their friends that they meet within the first couple months or w...Read full comment
... Chances are LOWER AND MIDDLE CLASS KIDS WILL NOT MAKE FINANCIALLY IT OR SOCIALLY ...Read full comment

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