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Columbia University in the City of New York

Breakdown of “Social Life” at Columbia

By Gender
By Major
Architecture & Urban Planning DepartmentC
Art & Design DepartmentB
Chemical EngineeringC+
Computer ScienceC-
Electrical EngineeringB-
Engineering DepartmentA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Industrial Operations EngineeringC
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A-
Music - Composition/TheoryC
Music - PerformanceF
Political ScienceB-
PreMed and MedicalC+
PreVet and VeterinaryB-

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Social Life

... The Social life: There is no school pride or unity here ...Read full comment
... The students are obsessive over grades, the social scene SUCKS ...Read full comment
... Social life is miserable, teachers are arrogant and don't care about teaching undergraduates ...Read full comment
... Compared to schools that I got into, Columbia ranks quite low on social life as well as development ...Read full comment
... The social life is great, how could it be anything but in NYC ...Read full comment
... Make no mistake about it: It is a hard school--academically and socially ...Read full comment
... ) I highly recommend Columbia for anything in the humanities and social sciences (I don't know as much about the sciences, but my friends who are ...Read full comment
... Social life was great when you weren't swamped by work ...Read full comment
... If you spend enough time there, you'll have an imaginary social life revolving around the recurring characters of 'your' reading room ...Read full comment
... Some nights in the residence hall we have masturbation socials and even my faculty residents have partaken as well as sorority girls ...Read full comment
... It worked out well enough, except that it made socializing and getting integrated into campus life much more difficult ...Read full comment
... Columbia is really a social place ...Read full comment
Columbia University in the City of New York

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