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American University

Breakdown of “Friendliness” at American

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By Gender
MalesB+
FemalesB+
By Major
AccountingA-
BiologyA-
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Civil EngineeringB+
CommunicationsB+
Computer ScienceA-
CriminalA
Cultures/CivilizationA-
EconomicsB+
EducationA-
EnglishB-
FinanceA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
JournalismA
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B+
MathA+
Music - PerformanceF
OtherB
PhilosophyB
PhysicsA-
Political ScienceB+
PreLaw and LegalB
PsychologyB
Public PolicyB+
School of InformationB
UndecidedD+
Video/MediaA+

Against similar schools

Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

American University
 B+
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B
New York University
 B
Boston University
 B
Cornell University
 B+
Northeastern University
 B+
Yale University
 A-
Brown University
 A-
F
A+

Friendliness

... There is a friendly and helpful atmosphere on campus ...Read full comment
... It is a very friendly school with fantastic programs and atmosphere ...Read full comment
... People tend to be in cliques, and most are not that friendly ...Read full comment
... most of the faculty members are friendly and approachable, however they are always distant, reminding you that you are only a student ...Read full comment
... People are smart, love to travel, friendly, and very active ...Read full comment
... Professors at the Economics Department are very friendly and supportive ...Read full comment
... Professors are friendly and like to get to know their students ...Read full comment
... Students are outgoing, friendly, and bright ...Read full comment
... The people are friendly and come from so many different backgrounds ...Read full comment
... Everybody is friendly but there always hints of secluding outsiders ...Read full comment
... The people here are generally friendly, but you have to be able to deal with cliques and rich kids ...Read full comment
... People are smart, love to travel, friendly, and very active ...Read full comment
... The school is extremely friendly and helpful ...Read full comment
... Mostly everyone is really down to earth and friendly - and mostly everyone cares very intensely about something in the country or the world ...Read full comment
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