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The University of Maryland - College Park

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at UMD/UMaryland-College Park

By Gender
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringB+
Animal StudiesB
Architecture & Urban Planning DepartmentD
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Chemical EngineeringB-
Civil EngineeringA
Computer EngineeringB+
Computer ScienceB
Electrical EngineeringB+
Engineering DepartmentA+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.F
Mechanical EngineeringB+
Natural ResourcesB+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA+
Political ScienceB
PreLaw and LegalC+
PreMed and MedicalA-
Public HealthA-
Social WorkB-

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University of Maryland - College Park
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Extracurricular Activities

... It has great sports teams ...Read full comment
... However, don't expect opportuities to drop on your lap; you actually have to be independent enough to look around and find activities that you e...Read full comment
... The university as a whole seems to care more about the appearances (of the campus and of the student body and its achievements) and sports (whic...Read full comment
... You have many resources available to you, and there are many activities you can get involved with ...Read full comment
... Academics are important as sports ...Read full comment
... The large campus provides many activities, but is somewhat impersonal and could overwhelm the timid ...Read full comment
... One can feel isolated if they don't want to join the frats, or the bar scene, or go to sports events ...Read full comment
... If you're not into sports, there's always a couple plays, shows, etc ...Read full comment
... I was very happy with my experience, I had gone in expecting I wouldn't like a larg university, but there was tons to do, I had a lot of activiti...Read full comment
... i love how its easy to get out side and they have a large sports program ...Read full comment
... Most of the time RAs will have activities to introduce you to your hallmates, and you'll end up being extremely good friends very quickly, so the...Read full comment
... Anyway UMD is boring if you dpnt share the common American interests of sports fraternities and repetitive bars ...Read full comment
... Pros - Tons of school spirit, ACC athletics, and a great workout facility make UMD a great place if you're into sports ...Read full comment
... The sports can be another problem ...Read full comment
... Come to this school not because of scholarships, because you like sports, or because you want to party; instead, know that like most selective s...Read full comment
... Surrounding city lacks in appearance, safety, and night-life activities (4 bars, hookah bar and thats about it) ...Read full comment
... What is important to a school like this is sports, beer, and getting publicity so they can make more money ...Read full comment
... Also, this school is known for its immaturity that is known nationwide, especially at the sports games and how people here love to relieve and re...Read full comment
... Other than that, extracurricular activities (and many school-run events) are either ill-attended or disorganized ...Read full comment
... Sporting events are the best, good faculty and easy to get involved with extracurriculars, of which there are endless things to choose from ...Read full comment
... Sports here are great ...Read full comment
... Pros: - Athletics: Games for all sports are a ton of fun and school spirit/pride is extremely high ...Read full comment
... The only positives possibly are the sportsteams ...Read full comment
... If you want a social life, good education, sports, girls, good food or no social life, a quiet place to study, internships, diversity, this schoo...Read full comment
... I'd say the weakest parts of this university are the availability of money, and the errant sports glitch (read: basketball), other than that I h...Read full comment
... Sports here are strong ...Read full comment
... You can get a good education for what you pay, a bargain compared to private schools, and if you like sports and frat parties, you'll be especia...Read full comment
... There is a lot to do here whether it is sports, clubs, frat row and parties, or going into DC ...Read full comment
... sports ...Read full comment
... The social life revolves around sports, beer, frats, and more beer ...Read full comment
... Lots of activities--I put together two or three newsletters regularly for different (tech and non-tech) organizations ...Read full comment
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