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Washington University in St Louis

Breakdown of “Social Life” at WAU

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB
By Major
AccountingA-
AnthropologyC+
ArchitectureA-
Art & Design DepartmentB-
BiologyA-
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Chemical EngineeringB+
ChemistryB+
Civil EngineeringC-
Computer EngineeringA-
Computer ScienceB+
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcB-
EconomicsB-
Engineering DepartmentB+
EnglishB+
FinanceB
Geography and GeosciencesB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
JournalismA+
MathB
Mechanical EngineeringA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB
OtherB+
PhilosophyB
PhysicsB+
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalD-
PsychologyC+
Religion/ReligiousA-
UndecidedB-
Video/MediaC+

Against similar schools

Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

Washington University in St Louis
 B
Average of All Schools
 C+
Average of schools in class
 B+

Washington State University
 B-
Harvard University
 B-
Cornell University
 B+
Stanford University
 B
Brown University
 A-
Yale University
 A-
Princeton University
 B
F
A+

Social Life

... It was a very main stream school in terms of social life, culture, academics ...Read full comment
... GWB School of Social Work is definitely overrated ...Read full comment
... Social life was fine, but I feel like the school is geared towards pre-meds ...Read full comment
... Jappy kids run the social scene, which revolves around bars/clubs and forces you to spend a lot of money ...Read full comment
... Social life is decent, but could really be a lot better for both Greeks and non-Greeks ...Read full comment
... You can't get noticed in freshmen bio-chem with 400 other students, but when there are six people graduating a year in your major you get to kno...Read full comment
... Wash U is an extremely tight-knit community if you're willing to leave the library once and awhile and socialize ...Read full comment
... Wash U is a great place to be because the it is growing at an incredible rate, both academically and socially ...Read full comment
... The social scene here is good; students tend to work hard during the week and then go out and have a good time on the weekends ...Read full comment
... Wash u is a fun school-it's a little tough academically, but the social life is pretty solid ...Read full comment
... I've made a handful of good friends here and if you are reasonably social there are always plenty of things to do ...Read full comment
... I never had much of a social life here - I'm from Saint Louis and I lived at home, mostly seeing my own local friends ...Read full comment
... Like all small schools the social life does not compare to any state schools ...Read full comment
... Underclassmen get a fair amount of respect from the juniors and senoirs and lots of social guidance if they look for it but sadly the girls dont ...Read full comment
... Good food, lots of academic and personal resources, free food + events, opportunities to meet and socialize with people, comfortable housing, etc...Read full comment
... The student body is diverse in talent and personalities, and to a lesser degree racially, but not so much socially economically ...Read full comment
... People in greek life (espcially fraternities since sororities have no housing) cling to that as what defines them, the art school students cling ...Read full comment

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