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Wellesley College

Breakdown of “Social Life” at Wellesley

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentD
Chemical EngineeringF
Computer ScienceC
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB+
Political ScienceC

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Social Life

... as in, they spend way too much time getting drunk and flashing their breasts at off campus partiesto make up for the very awkward social scene (mi...Read full comment
... The campus is beautifully maintained and very safe; the social life, i ...Read full comment
... The social life was almost non-existent ...Read full comment
... The courses are very challenging, there is lots of homerwork and very little if any time left to socialize ...Read full comment
... The reviews are right about a social life; Wellesley is a dead and silent place after 8pm on a Saturday night ...Read full comment
... it's not a normal social life; easy to become isolated and not develop in more than an "academic" way ...Read full comment
... Honestly, Wellesley does not have a social scene, which is its greatest drawback ...Read full comment
... Wellesley is amazing academically, but socially you have to make your own way ...Read full comment
... I loved Wellesley, but it took a couple years to aclamate to the social atmosphere ...Read full comment
... There is NO social life at Wellesley - you must go into Boston/Cambridge to have fun ...Read full comment
... But I'm awfully glad I went - it really helped me grow intellectually and socially ...Read full comment
... The college does not commit itself to enhancing social life or student happiness ...Read full comment
... Bad: There is NO social life at Wellesley ...Read full comment
... I initially wasn't worried about my social life and thought that I would party and have fun in MIT and Boston every weekend ...Read full comment
... Barring a few arrogant, condescending, and anti-social professors (mostly in the math department), Wellesley faculty members are quite good ...Read full comment
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