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Western New England University

Breakdown of “Social Life” at WNEU

By Gender
By Major
Business - Management and AdministrationD+
Civil EngineeringB
Computer ScienceB+
Electrical EngineeringC+
Engineering DepartmentB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Industrial Operations EngineeringB-
Mechanical EngineeringB-
Political ScienceC+
PreDent and DentistryD+
School of InformationD-

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Western New England University
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Social Life

... If you are looking for a college with a good social life and party scene as i was this is not the school for you ...Read full comment
... Social life is amazing, and there are fun events going on around campus constantly ...Read full comment
... The social life here blows ...Read full comment
... there is also NO social like whatsoever and the RA's and public safety really are nazis ...Read full comment
... Do not go to this school unless you plan on commuting and the school's social life doesn't matter ...Read full comment
... I believe that those who complain about social life are those who do not get involved and are closed minded to the opportunities this college pr...Read full comment
... The only way to have a social life is probably to join a sports team or else you probably won't have friends unless a boy wants you at their part...Read full comment
... The social life here is very active ...Read full comment
... Note: I was a commuter, so the social life was a complete non-factor for me ...Read full comment
... Socially it is awful ...Read full comment
... Social life is what you make of it and there is about a 60/40 ratio of male to female ...Read full comment
... Note: I was a commuter, so the social life was a complete non-factor for me ...Read full comment
... Socially it is awful ...Read full comment
... Academically this school is pretty good but interms of social life it does not ranked that high ...Read full comment
... Honestly, this College sucks big time on the social life aspect of it ...Read full comment
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