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Colgate University

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at CU

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentA-
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Computer ScienceA
Geography and GeosciencesA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
Music - Composition/TheoryB-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA
PreMed and MedicalA

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Extracurricular Activities

... The academics are fantastic and the extracurriculars are well-represented and a whole lot of fun ...Read full comment
... The generally upper-class suburban crowd didn’t have much to talk about beyond sports, SUVs and drinking ...Read full comment
... Colgate is a solid mix of challenging classes with outstanding professors, a majestic campus that is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen,...Read full comment
... It is fun to follow the sports teams, and as some have noted before, football, soccer, and hockey are really fun but there is a bit of apathy on...Read full comment
... Its participation in Division I sports makes it stand out from its peer institutions in almost every way ...Read full comment
... There has already been a great list of activities to participate in, and all of my questions about Colgate - no matter how silly they seem - hav...Read full comment
... It has a good mix of good classes and fun sports, and though the village is small and remote, the social scene is decent, but admittedly not gre...Read full comment
... Sports, especially away games, are demanding ...Read full comment
... Colgate is a beautiful school, with great sports teams, activities, and people ...Read full comment
... ) Incoming students seem to be increasingly involved and interested in a multivariate number of activities ...Read full comment
... I am also having a lot of fun here because there is always something to get involved in, from sports to volunteering to guest speakers to just s...Read full comment
... The Division I sports are impressive for a school of Colgate's smaller size ...Read full comment
... You will love the beautiful campus at Colgate, be thankful for the amazing professors at Colgate, and love the D-I sports here at Colgate ...Read full comment
... Work hard, take a variety of courses, meet a variety of people, get involved in activities ...Read full comment
... Anyone focused on getting a great education, having the feeling of decent Division I sports, and social life while in the tranquil setting of up...Read full comment
... Colgate has very challenging classes taught by helpful, accessible professors, great study abroad programs all over the world, countless clubs, ...Read full comment
... The success of undergraduates in athletics and other competitive activities (e ...Read full comment
... And yes, the sports are fun to watch, too, even if we are the underdog year after year ...Read full comment
... I made tons of friends, but money limited my activities in a big way with them ...Read full comment
... Colgate is like any small northeast school, but a bit bigger and with better sports ...Read full comment
... It just requires that one avoids being overwhelmingly frustrated by the drone mentality, and depending on your perspective, lack of activities an...Read full comment
... When, I was a student- felt there was lack of choices in my field of study- took 2 semesters abroad- to study anthropology and sociology- Limited...Read full comment
... SPORTS at Colgate gives you a refreshing breather, a chance to pregame with pals, paint your face maroon, and go down to Starr rink with a cou...Read full comment
... The first semester was very academically challenging, since I wasn't prepared to study and I definitely over-committed myself to extracurricular...Read full comment
... There are many activities to join both on and off campus and they have made my experience here very worthwhile ...Read full comment
... There is a big division between Greeks and non-Greeks, Greeks look down on people who don't pledge and I feel that my friends (the ones that are...Read full comment
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