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New York University

Breakdown of “Friendliness” at NYU

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentC+
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Chemical EngineeringA+
Computer EngineeringA+
Computer ScienceA-
Electrical EngineeringB+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music - PerformanceB-
Music EducationA
Natural ResourcesB
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
Perfomance ArtsB+
Political ScienceB-
PreLaw and LegalA+
PreMed and MedicalB
Social WorkA-
Urban PlanningA+

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Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

New York University
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... The people I have met at NYU are some of the most interesting, driven and genuinely friendly people I have ever met ...Read full comment
... In my experience, open, friendly, VERY UNBIASED students ...Read full comment
... Most of the teachers are friendly and willing to help you out if need be ...Read full comment
... Professors tend to be approachable and friendly though it is a mixed bag b/c of so many adjuncts and lecturers who aren't getting the $ to take a...Read full comment
... The diversity of backgrounds and interests result in a very friendly atmosphere ...Read full comment
... Everyone in the program is extremely friendly and helpful ...Read full comment
... The school is absolutely amazing very bright kids and very friendly ...Read full comment
... To keep it concise--the bulk of the student population here is CLOSE MINDED, obnoxious, cliquey annoying, unfriendly, narcissistic, uncultured, ig...Read full comment
... Everyone is really, really friendly ...Read full comment
... Classes were generally unfriendly environments, with students either staring obliviously at Apple products or whispering to a never-changing one ...Read full comment
... Most people are friendly and willing to meet new people so just go for it ...Read full comment
... And it doesn't help that the students are generally unfriendly people ...Read full comment
... get away from them and join the very friendly and open majority ...Read full comment
... Basically, nyu is a shithole that should be avoided at all costs for anyone with half a brain who wants a decent social life and wants to be su...Read full comment
... On the whole, the kids are friendly and quite diverse ...Read full comment
... Sure, there are the unfriendly snobby disgustingly rich kids but what private university doesn't have them ...Read full comment
... Professors tend to be approachable and friendly though it is a mixed bag b/c of so many adjuncts and lecturers who aren't getting the $ to take a...Read full comment
... Social: People are generally pretty friendly and will make polite conversation, but it is difficult to stay in contact with them ...Read full comment
... GOOD: The professors are all brilliant and most of them are very friendly, the wassmerman center is a great place to find awesome internships in...Read full comment
... Students don't get together too often to know other people from different schools - most kids here are rich trust fund babies, and don't be surpr...Read full comment
... I am in the McGhee division (adult re-entry program) and have found my advisor to be excellent and my professors to be friendly, encouraging, an...Read full comment
... Anyway, I found my self repeatedly going to the same clubs over and over to try and build connections, but people here are distracted by the frie...Read full comment
... " Unfriendly elitist insincere facades would be more accurate ...Read full comment
... New York City is perfect for those who are strong, determined, outgoing, and friendly ...Read full comment
... People are anti-social, cliqueish, independant, and unfriendly ...Read full comment
... I would not necessarily define students as "friendly," but I would define everyone as interesting and engaging ...Read full comment
... Don't expect pretty trees, babbling brooks and squirrels (well, actually there a lot of really fat friendly squirrels in Washington Square Park)...Read full comment
... It's really not hard to make friends just be open minded and talk, if your more to yourself and aren't the first to talk then NYU is probably not...Read full comment
... The students here are unapproachable and most are unfriendly ...Read full comment
... well it depends really cuz some of them dont speak english too well but they're all usually friendly and trying their best to help u ...Read full comment
... The few pet peeves I have with the school are that it is somewhat unfriendly to its students ...Read full comment
... Many professors here are more for research though I have found some whom were quite student friendly ...Read full comment
... People are too busy or too cool to be friendly ...Read full comment
... Never in my life have I encountered such unfriendly, arrogant people ...Read full comment
... The kids here aren't unfriendly, they're just busy, but everyone wants to make new friends ...Read full comment
... People here are generally friendly, but are for the most part unapproachable ...Read full comment
... People are anti-social, cliqueish, independant, and unfriendly ...Read full comment
... I do agree with many reviews that students tend to be unfriendly, however, eventually, you find people that you get along and share interest...Read full comment
... The people are very unapproachable and not friendly at all ...Read full comment
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