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Wake Forest University

Breakdown of “Social Life” at WFU

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentC
Business - Management and AdministrationB-
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C
Language - French/Spanish/etc.F
Natural ResourcesF
Perfomance ArtsB+
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalB+

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Social Life

... In that case, everyone who attended a state school already has an advantage on you, socially & financially ...Read full comment
... Socially (C-): When you hear someone ...Read full comment
... Wake's social life is awesome ...Read full comment
... There were some really intelligent students as well, but due to the social environment, I don't believe they fulfilled their potential ...Read full comment
... People complain about not having a social life at Wake, yet many of them are not involved in any substantial activities and don't really make an...Read full comment
... I don't drink and I'm not part of a panhellenic sorority, and it still isn't hard to have a social life (though admittedly it does suffer more th...Read full comment
... There is an active Greek community but those who choose not to pledge are welcome at Greek events and have vibrant social lives ...Read full comment
... Overall, if you are socially ept dont come here, if you are a shletered rich kid come, but if you are in between its a risk ...Read full comment
... Socially, it can be quieter than most of its peer institutions - if you don't want to work hard, you don't want to be at Wake ...Read full comment
... Whatever your political and social leanings, you will find people of differing opinions who will challenge you ...Read full comment
... My main gripe about Wake is the social scene ...Read full comment
... It's easy to meet people and it's easy to be social (even if you're not in a sorority/fraternity) ...Read full comment
... This is a Greek-dominated institution overrun with socialites including spoiled rich girls and jock-mentality men ...Read full comment
... The biggest warning I have to give is: Do not come here if you are looking mainly for a great social life, ESPECIALLY if you are neither rich, ...Read full comment
... If you're not into drinking, they can still be places for socializing ...Read full comment
... Social life: This is what I hate, and why I've applied for transfer ...Read full comment
... The social scene does largely revolve around Greek life ...Read full comment
... It takes you to the edge of your academic sanity and constantly challenges you to pick yourself up after being humbled by loads of reading, hard ...Read full comment
... The social scene is heavily Greek dominated ...Read full comment
... Finally we get to the social lives of students, meaning of course that the aforementioned white boys who are member of PiKA will undoubtedly h...Read full comment
... In my opinion the best things about Wake are the individual attention you get from professors, the student body that is very smart but also socia...Read full comment
... People complain about the "social life," but that means different things to different people ...Read full comment
... However, I have seen so many academically oriented students leaving wake after their first year, disappointed both at the academic atmosphere of ...Read full comment
... If you are willing to join a frat, the social life is avg to great ...Read full comment
... The social life is centered around fraternities and sororities that closely resemble cults ...Read full comment
... But, the social situation at times can drag smart students into it and ruin their academic experience ...Read full comment
... Wake is a great school with the perfect balance of academics and social life ...Read full comment
... I was somewhat disappointed with the social aspects of Wake, partly because my expectations where unrealistic ...Read full comment
... The social scene is great- tons of greek involvement, but nothing too exclusive ...Read full comment
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