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Carleton College

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at Carleton

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By Gender
MalesC+
FemalesB-
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentC
BiologyB
ChemistryB+
Computer ScienceB
EconomicsB-
EnglishB
Geography and GeosciencesA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B
MathC-
OtherC-
PhysicsC
Political ScienceB-
PsychologyB-
UndecidedC+

Against similar schools

Surrounding City compared with similar schools in class.

Carleton College
 B-
Average of All Schools
 B-
Average of schools in class
 B

Brown University
 A-
Harvard University
 B+
Macalester College
 A-
Grinnell College
 C
Yale University
 B
Stanford University
 B-
Cornell University
 B-
F
A+

Surrounding City

... They're in need of a city: I like Northfield ...Read full comment
... Northfield is 45 miles from the twin cities, and while there definitely aren't hordes of students leaving Northfield every weekend, the cities of...Read full comment
... If you really feel you must live in a city, you will probably not be happy at Carleton ...Read full comment
... True to its Northfield environs, Carleton is full of those small-town relationships, most of which (an arrogant East Coast kid sez) would melt in...Read full comment
... There isn't much in Northfield, so if you are dependent to fast city life, I wouldn't recommend you come here ...Read full comment
... A bigger city might be nice, but the Cities are close and accessable ...Read full comment
... I read another student's response about why some people chose to leave, and just want to say, as an East coast girl from a big city, i didn't ha...Read full comment
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