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Tufts University

Breakdown of “Social Life” at TU

By Gender
By Major
Business - Management and AdministrationA+
Chemical EngineeringA
Civil EngineeringB-
Computer EngineeringA-
Computer ScienceC
Electrical EngineeringD
Engineering DepartmentA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A-
Mechanical EngineeringB+
Perfomance ArtsB
Political ScienceB
PreMed and MedicalA-
School of InformationF

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Social Life

... On the social side, you have so many options ...Read full comment
... While academically, this is a great place, the social life here destroys it ...Read full comment
... Because it's located near Boston, students aren't dependent upon the Tufts social life, there are other schools to socialize with, and lots going...Read full comment
... Social life is pretty good, and in general the balance between social life and academics is perfect ...Read full comment
... yup, more whining), the dorms (they're fine), the racism (there is not a less racsist location on Earth), the lack of a social life (the school i...Read full comment
... The work load is generous, but not so much as to prohibit a good social life ...Read full comment
... It is a awesome place, both academically and socially ...Read full comment
... It is easy to meet new people and make new friends and the social life here is exciting ...Read full comment
... Social life is available if you need it, and is fun ...Read full comment
... I also had time to socialize and develop enduring friendships...Read full comment
... Social life here is also brilliant with Boston at your doorstep ...Read full comment
... To have a good time here you must vigorously seek out opportunities, both academic and social ...Read full comment
... That said, students for the most part are highly social and friendly ...Read full comment
... Sometimes the school is almost too steretypically liberal- and this is coming from a die-hard social liberal ...Read full comment
... There are also many opportunities for extra-curriculars (so much that I don't have time for all of the ones I've been interested in), and the so...Read full comment
... Most social circles develop out of student groups, so those students who were either more reserved, spent more time working on things off-campus,...Read full comment
... There's no question that Tufts will prepare me for the career world, but it's quite disappointing that my college years were spent at a school w...Read full comment
... People seem to socialize over academics, and often times I just need a break from that ...Read full comment
... The social life can be depressing ...Read full comment
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