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Hobart William Smith Colleges

Breakdown of “Social Life” at HWS

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB-
By Major
AnthropologyA-
ArchitectureA
BiologyC
ChemistryB-
CommunicationsB
Computer EngineeringF
EconomicsB
EducationA-
EnglishB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B
OtherC+
Perfomance ArtsB+
PhilosophyA
Political ScienceC+
PsychologyB
Public PolicyB
Religion/ReligiousB+
SociologyC
UndecidedC

Against similar schools

Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

Hobart William Smith Colleges
 B-
Average of All Schools
 C+
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B-
University of Massachusetts Amherst
 B
Sarah Lawrence College
 C+
Brown University
 A-
Cornell University
 B+
St Lawrence University
 B
Yale University
 A-
F
A+

Social Life

... Social life ...Read full comment
... Withoutout question, even then, there was a strong prep school orientation, but, as a public school kid, I ultimately found a way of coping and ...Read full comment
... The social life tends to revolve around off campus houses and frats, but that too is what you make of it ...Read full comment
... For a school in the "sticks" we have an ongoing selection of top speakers from politics, social activists, business leaders and entertainers ...Read full comment
... Hobart is a place for the well-rounded student; someone both bright and social ...Read full comment
... so if you don't care about having a social life and being with a bunch of spoiled rich kids, then this is the place for you ...Read full comment
... The parties are repetitive and the social scene gets boring after a while, and you have to have a fake ID to go down to the bars ...Read full comment
... Make sure Social Life and Studies are at least 40 / 60 respectively ...Read full comment
... although there are some people who spend 40 thou a year to party, there are also others who can balance their work and social life ...Read full comment
... The social life is dull, all anyone wants to do is drink ...Read full comment

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