|Major: Religion/Religious (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Male||This student rated most things higher than other students did.|
|Describes the student body mostly as:|
Describes the faculty mostly as:
Educational Quality A+
|How this student rated the school:|
|Educational Quality||A+ ||Faculty Accessibility||A+ |
|Useful Schoolwork||A+ ||Excess Competition||A+ |
|Academic Success||A+ ||Creativity/Innovation||A+ |
|Individual Value||A- ||University Resource Use||A- |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||A+ ||Friendliness||A+ |
|Campus Maintenance||A- ||Social Life||A |
|Surrounding City||A+ ||Extra Curriculars||A+ |
I had a fantastic experience at the U of C--I met a lot of amazing people, and thought that the academics were stellar. I really thrived from the opportunity to take small seminar classes from top academics. It's a place for big thinkers, not close-minded vocational climbers. Insights come not only in class, but also at the house table or with friends from student organizations.
Despite the University's famously non-practical approach to academics, my time here taught me to think, and that's something that both grad schools and companies respect. With my humanities degree, I had a (management) job offer for a great company, making much more money than I deserved, and also a full scholarship offer from a top graduate school in my field. As long as you excel academically and in RSO involvement, you can easily be a top prospect for recruiters or grad schools.