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Wheaton College

Breakdown of “Social Life” at WC

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentD+
Computer ScienceB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Music - Composition/TheoryB+
Music - PerformanceB
Music EducationA-
PreMed and MedicalF

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Wheaton College
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Social Life

... I have never been to a more socially awkward place filled with that many completely fake, self-absorbed people ...Read full comment
... Social interaction is ackward ...Read full comment
... Apart from the academic and religious, it should also be noted (as earlier reviewers have said) that there are real social problems at Wheaton...Read full comment
... It seems like the level of 'piety' puts you in different social groups ...Read full comment
... The social life is restricted which is bad but the good side of it is that students spent much more time reading and playing musich and finding ...Read full comment
... The acedemics are really rigorous, sometimes to the point of preventing a really social and fun atmosphere ...Read full comment
... People always complain about social life here, etc ...Read full comment
... People are generally pretty friendly, although you might get sick of the lack of a significant social scene ...Read full comment
... I had an awesome time socially while on campus, enjoying the wonders of Chicago and the random events on campus ...Read full comment
... The social life is good, though you have to be proactive to get involved ...Read full comment
... The social life is lacking, activities on campus are minimal, and it can be boring here if you don't get involved with something ...Read full comment
... But students have a lot of opportunity to socialize, though in pretty tame and non-edgy ways ...Read full comment

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