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The University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at UMN/UMTC

By Gender
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringA
Business - Management and AdministrationA
Chemical EngineeringB+
Civil EngineeringA+
Computer ScienceA-
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcB+
Electrical EngineeringC+
Engineering DepartmentA+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA-
Geography and GeosciencesA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
Mechanical EngineeringC+
Music - PerformanceA+
Natural ResourcesA
Perfomance ArtsA
Political ScienceA+
PreDent and DentistryB
PreLaw and LegalA+
Public PolicyA+
Urban PlanningA-

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Surrounding City compared with similar schools in class.

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
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Surrounding City

... The city of Minneapolis is a great place to live but I did not feel at home while attending the U ...Read full comment
... Minneapolis is not a fun city in the least bit ...Read full comment
... The area is also very exciting as long as you realize that it is a city and you need to be safe ...Read full comment
... Where your from is a huge thing here, down to the city ...Read full comment
... The city of Minneapolis is such a cool place too and the sports are so much fun to watch at a D1 Big 10 School like the University of Minnesota ....Read full comment
... Alot of them seem to be relishing the freedom from their parents and life in the city ...Read full comment
... The Twin Cities are like any big city with many cultural, social, entertainment opportunities ...Read full comment
... Minneapolis is a sleekly modern city that manages to be vibrant and laid-back at the same time ...Read full comment
... The education at the U is really great, but I'm not a city person, so I'm not really fond of the atmosphere ...Read full comment
... But I do love the different ethnic restaurants, very, very cute city in terms of food ...Read full comment
... this university is better than a lot because we live in an awesome city ...Read full comment
... I debated transferring out after my first semester, as the city was a big change from the small town I had grown up in, but once you get the han...Read full comment
... UofM is a huge place, a small city within Mpls, so it's a good idea to register for classes a bit closed to each other ...Read full comment
... But seek out the ones who don't spend spend all of their money this way and experience the city ...Read full comment
... The city is fantastic though and there are many options for students on and off campus ...Read full comment
... The school is obviously in one of the city's grittiest parts, and even the rest of the Twin Cities are, in my opinion, very overrated and mediocr...Read full comment
... This school is basically a large city within two larger cities ...Read full comment
... And forget about the city buses near Saint Paul Campus due to the stops being a mile or so away from Bailey ...Read full comment
... I don't regret my decision to come here at all, but to keep in mind that while the parties at a big 10 school are awesome and you're right next t...Read full comment
... The weather can be daunting, as well as those darn crime alerts stating any little crime that happens near campus (it is near a city so crime is...Read full comment
... For the most part, the University of Minnesota and Minneapolis in general is a fairly liberal campus and city ...Read full comment
... So it was hard for me to picture what it was like for small town and suburban kids to have their first big city experience because I wasn't as su...Read full comment
... Great school in a wonderful city ...Read full comment

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