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The University of Delaware

Breakdown of “Collaboration/Competitive” at UDelaware

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB
By Major
AccountingB
Animal StudiesA-
AnthropologyA
Art & Design DepartmentB-
Athletics/TrainingC+
BiologyB
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Chemical EngineeringA-
Civil EngineeringC+
CommunicationsC+
Computer EngineeringC+
Computer ScienceA-
CriminalA
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcA
EconomicsB
EducationB
Engineering DepartmentC
EnglishC+
FinanceB+
Geography and GeosciencesB
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B
JournalismA-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.B+
MathC
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music - PerformanceB
Natural ResourcesB-
NursingC
NutritionA+
OtherB
PhilosophyA
Physical Therapy/Exercise ScienceB
Political ScienceB
PsychologyC
Public PolicyA
Social WorkA
SociologyB-
UndecidedC+

Against similar schools

Collaboration/Competitive compared with similar schools in class.

University of Delaware
 B
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B

University of Connecticut
 B
Harvard University
 B
Cornell University
 B
Loyola University Maryland
 B+
New York University
 B
Syracuse University
 B
Villanova University
 A-
F
A+

Collaboration/Competitive

I would say UD is an average school. Socially, the only thing to do is drink, mostly thursdays-saturdays, occasionally random weekdays when you feel l...Read full comment
As parents, and former alums of the University of Delaware, we were very concerned about safety at this institution. Our son, an Honors student, who ...Read full comment
UD is a great school academically but socially if you are not an upper middle class attractive person from wealthy east coast city suburbs that is int...Read full comment
FACTS about crime related issues for various colleges can be found on the internet at the following link: http://ope.ed.gov/security/Instlist.asp...Read full comment
This school is dangerous. The City of Newark is intertwined with the University. The locals are indeed worse than the students. http://www.udel.edu...Read full comment
... Get an A in your core classes because the competition is ROUGH ...Read full comment
Coming to this school was one of the best decisions I have ever made. This is a fantastic university for those students who want the perfect balance ...Read full comment
All I have to say is that this place sucks ass. I HATE this school. I've completed my first semester, and I can honestly say that coming here was the ...Read full comment
I transferred my first year because I was very disappointed that after 3 years studying languages I'd learnt nothing. The last straw was the Study Ab...Read full comment
Though this is a beautiful campus, that is the extent of it. The University has gone overboard on its crackdown on alcohol - to the point where it is...Read full comment
Academically, this school was decent. The professors treat you like a person and not a number. I am in the Honors Program so I may be biased but, unle...Read full comment
This school is dangerous. The City of Newark is intertwined with the University. The locals are indeed worse than the students. http://www.udel.edu...Read full comment
I graduated from UDel, and my son is a current student - in his second year. I really hate to submit a negative review of Delaware, because I loved ...Read full comment
This school is good if you know what you want. If you want a school with a pretty campus, overall friendly people and a more quiet, suburban area than...Read full comment
This school is awesome. This school is very diverse. There are lots of people of all intelligence levals and races. Some people are stuck up but owell...Read full comment
You have No Civil Liberties here. If you are caught playing your stereo too loud, the City or the University Campus Police can issue you a ticket and...Read full comment
UD is a nice place with nice faculty that tries its best to make you feel comfortable as you transition from high school to college. The school takes ...Read full comment
Great school that has competitive out of state tuition to many in-state rates in the region. Also, Newark and the surrounding community has a lot to ...Read full comment
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