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Marist College

Breakdown of “Social Life” at MRC

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesA-
By Major
AccountingC+
Art & Design DepartmentB+
BiologyA-
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
ChemistryA
CommunicationsA-
Computer ScienceB-
CriminalB-
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcB+
EconomicsA
EducationA-
EnglishA-
FinanceA
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B
JournalismC
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
LinguisticsF
MathA-
Music EducationB-
OtherB+
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalB+
PreVet and VeterinaryA
PsychologyB+
School of InformationA
Social WorkA-
UndecidedB+
Video/MediaB+

Against similar schools

Social Life compared with similar schools in class.

Marist College
 A-
Average of All Schools
 C+
Average of schools in class
 B-

Quinnipiac University
 B-
University of Connecticut
 B
Harvard University
 B-
Loyola University Chicago
 C+
Fairfield University
 B-
Ithaca College
 B-
Loyola Marymount University
 B-
F
A+

Social Life

... The only popular social activity at Marist is drinking and some drug use to a lesser degree ...Read full comment
... It is the social atmosphere ...Read full comment
... They have no social life which is why getting into academics is great ...Read full comment
... The social life can be good if you make friends and put yourself out there ...Read full comment
... The social aspects of marist are great too ...Read full comment
... Social life centers around drinking ...Read full comment
... Pros: Cheap Decent education Extra Curriculars are AWESOME Great Sports (and you can walk on too, if you are decent) Quick train to NYC...Read full comment
... I have greatly enjoyed my time so far at Marist and have had a very positive educational as well as social experience ...Read full comment
... The college has developed a really good balance between academic rigor and expectations and social interaction ...Read full comment
... The only bad thing about Marist for me, is in regards to the social life ...Read full comment
... There is a great balance with the social aspect; there is a lot to do on the weekends, but you can always keep it low-key if you'd like ...Read full comment
... t always easy and you always find yourself being challenged, but with a great balance between and academic and social life,this is the perfect sch...Read full comment
... As a local, I am well aware of the fact that Poughkeepsie has seen better days, just like many other city centers in the Northeast that have fall...Read full comment
... To my great pleasure, I learned of how highly praised Marist was for their academics and that the professors and advisors were committed to the...Read full comment
... If you are looking for a college experience where you intend to be proactive in getting involved both academically and socially, then you will th...Read full comment
... I have thrived not only socially but academically and now entering my senior year, and soon graduation, I am confident that I am well prepared to...Read full comment
... The social life, while it is primarily party focused, does offer opportunities for those who aren't interested in drinking or partying until ...Read full comment
... I honestly can say that Marist college has helped me grow academically and socially ...Read full comment
... Students who attend Marist are all very friendly and the social scene offers something for everyone to do whether you like to go out or not ...Read full comment
... It's selective and small, with classes led by professors who know you by name, not your Social Security number ...Read full comment
... I found my way working, socializing and becoming part of many activities outside of class ...Read full comment
... It is a great place to be both academically and socially ...Read full comment
... As for social life Marist is a bar school and you really need to be 18 in order to be able to go out with your friends, and by the time you are ...Read full comment
... It offers a myriad of wonderful opportunities, both scholastically and socially ...Read full comment
... How the school, in the best sense of the phrase, is a social network within itself ...Read full comment
... No diversity in social standards whatsoever ...Read full comment
... Everything--socially,academically, and extracurricular-wise--is easy to access and embrace ...Read full comment
... It's more of a hidden diversity that goes beyond social, financial, and ethnic backgrounds ...Read full comment
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