|Major: English (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Female||This person cares more about Individual Value than the average student.|
Individual Value D
|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||B |
|Useful Schoolwork||A- ||Excess Competition||B- |
|Academic Success||A ||Creativity/Innovation||B |
|Individual Value||D ||University Resource Use||B |
|Campus Aesthetics/Beauty||A ||Friendliness||B |
|Campus Maintenance||A ||Social Life||C |
|Surrounding City||A ||Extra Curriculars||C |
to large size of U of T it is easy
to get lost in the crowd both socially and academically.
However, it is pretty easy to establish a relationship
with profs (at least in Eng. dept.) if you are
engaged with material and class discussion. U of T
was by no means a first choice for me —
transferred here because I moved to the city & it
has a good rep. I am uninterested in campus life
& getting to know people. I was pleasantly surprised
by the good classes (maybe I got lucky?), great, approachable
profs, and intelligent & challenging material. I find it
easy to participate in classes. It is nice to
have my own social life entirely separate from school.
U of T is great for someone like me.
If you want a small, close-knit community where everyone knows
you, profs give you lots of attention, etc. it might
not be the place for you. If you enjoy
being fairly self-sufficient it is great. Plus, campus is
beautiful & the libraries are good.