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Knox College

Breakdown of “Friendliness” at Knox

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By Gender
MalesA
FemalesA-
By Major
AccountingF
AnthropologyA+
ArchaeologyA
Art & Design DepartmentA
BiologyA-
ChemistryA
CommunicationsA+
Computer ScienceA+
EconomicsA
EducationA+
EnglishA-
FinanceA+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A
JournalismA-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A-
Music - PerformanceA+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceC
OtherA
Perfomance ArtsA-
PhilosophyA
PhysicsA+
Political ScienceA-
PreMed and MedicalB+
PsychologyA-
Public PolicyA+
UndecidedA-

Against similar schools

Friendliness compared with similar schools in class.

Knox College
 A-
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B
Cornell University
 B+
Yale University
 A-
Princeton University
 B
New York University
 B
Brown University
 A-
Stanford University
 B+
F
A+

Friendliness

... I think that the character of our institution is conducive in bringing open-minded and friendly people to Knox ...Read full comment
... The faculty, at least the ones I have come across, are competent and friendly ...Read full comment
... The students and faculty are all really friendly and supportive of independent work and research ...Read full comment
... They are approachable, friendly and genuinely willing to help you improve ...Read full comment
... The student body and faculty are friendly and open minded ...Read full comment
... Everyone her at Knox is extremely friendly: staff, students ...Read full comment
... Not the place for you to go if you do not like the cold very small student body almost like high school environment students are friendly...Read full comment
... The people here are friendly, smart, goal oriented, and supportive ...Read full comment
... People were really friendly and excited to meet me ...Read full comment
... POSITIVE ASPECTS: -great professors, really involved and helpful, at least the ones I worked with, -beautiful campus with character (though ...Read full comment
... On the negative side, the small student population can be suffocating, and even though Knox sells itself as an open, friendly place, I found i...Read full comment
... Pro: The bunch is one friendly crew ...Read full comment
... People are extremely friendly especially if you are nice or a decent looking female ...Read full comment
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