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Cornell University

Breakdown of “Friendliness” at Cornell

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By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesB+
By Major
AccountingB+
Aerospace EngineeringA-
Animal StudiesA-
AnthropologyB+
ArchitectureB
Architecture & Urban Planning DepartmentA
BiologyB+
Business - Management and AdministrationB+
Chemical EngineeringB+
ChemistryB
Civil EngineeringB+
CommunicationsA
Computer EngineeringA
Computer ScienceB+
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcC-
EconomicsB
Electrical EngineeringA-
Engineering DepartmentA-
EnglishA
FinanceA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Industrial Operations EngineeringB+
Mechanical EngineeringB+
MeteorologyA-
Natural ResourcesA+
OtherB+
PhilosophyA+
PhysicsA
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA-
PreMed and MedicalA
PsychologyB+
Public PolicyB
SociologyA
UndecidedB+
Urban PlanningA

Against similar schools

Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

Cornell University
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B
Princeton University
 B
Brown University
 A-
Yale University
 A-
Stanford University
 B+
Columbia University in the City of New York
 B-
New York University
 B
F
A+

Friendliness

... I survived a student populace that could be generously described as "unfriendly" ...Read full comment
... eccentric, most are friendly ...Read full comment
... Social life: Cornell is not a very friendly place ...Read full comment
... We have some very bright, friendly, open, and exciting professors who I have loved getting to know ...Read full comment
... I survived a student populace that could be generously described as "unfriendly" ...Read full comment
... The people in Ithaca are friendly and most seem to understand what is really important in life ...Read full comment
... Cornellians on a whole are very friendly and quite social ...Read full comment
... Personally, about half of the population is friendly and nice, and the other half is stuck up and snooty ...Read full comment
... Other than that, the social life is great- there are always lots of parties and events on the weekends, and even though most people study Sunday ...Read full comment
... I know because this is precisely what I did with my graduate education, choosing to go to Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA because of its sm...Read full comment
... I wasn't into the Greek system, but was able to meet plenty of students who had other interests as well, and for the most part, people who were ...Read full comment
... If you are a likable, friendly pre-med, don't come here, you will be eaten alive ...Read full comment
... Personalities here tend to be type-A go-getters; some are friendly and kind, others are totally arrogant and consider those from other colleges o...Read full comment
... Very good academic programs, beautiful campus, friendly professors, nice food and living ...Read full comment
... I wasn't into the Greek system, but was able to meet plenty of students who had other interests as well, and for the most part, people who were ...Read full comment
... The faculty is mostly friendly and awesome ...Read full comment
... People are just randomly unfriendly for no apparant reason ...Read full comment
... Most of the people at Cornell are pretty friendly and open to new people, especially the people in my major and CALS ...Read full comment
... It's a cut-throat environment and sometimes people aren't very friendly ...Read full comment
... On the whole however, students are very friendly and open and know how to party ...Read full comment
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