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The University of Southern California

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at USC

By Gender
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringA-
Architecture & Urban Planning DepartmentA+
Art & Design DepartmentB+
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Chemical EngineeringA-
Civil EngineeringC
Computer EngineeringA
Computer ScienceB+
Electrical EngineeringA-
Engineering DepartmentB-
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcB
History/Histories (art history/etc.)A-
Industrial Operations EngineeringA-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A
Mechanical EngineeringA-
Music - Composition/TheoryA
Music - PerformanceA
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceC
Perfomance ArtsB-
Political ScienceB+
PreDent and DentistryA+
PreLaw and LegalB+
PreMed and MedicalA
Public HealthA+
Public PolicyA
Urban PlanningA+

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Extracurricular Activities

... Student orgs, sports clubs, etc ...Read full comment
... It was, is, and always will be a monetarily based party university fueled by its sports, and with enough money to pay its way into a decent natio...Read full comment
... The students tend to be shallow, tend to care more about football and other sports than their education, and some of them really do come from ri...Read full comment
... USC's life is based on football, sports, and other shallow things ...Read full comment
... The extracurricular atmosphere is so cliquey and impossible to become a part of because you have to interview/compete for every club under the su...Read full comment
... The professor and students all stand together to compete with UCLA in both academics and sports ...Read full comment
... I think I can provide a different image of this school based on my background/activities/etc ...Read full comment
... The new student center is opening in the fall and there are tons of activities on campus, but trust me if you want to see LA and all the great st...Read full comment
... Not only are there great cultural resources like the many museums, performance auditoriums, sports complexes, etc ...Read full comment
... Unless you have a car on campus and can leave frequently to find things to do, the area around USC has little to nothing in the way of non-USC ac...Read full comment
... There are plenty of activities which is great, but not nearly at the accesibility level as was promised ...Read full comment
... It is much safer than it is made out to be, with all the housing and activities very close to campus ...Read full comment
... I felt the school combined an excellent educational environment along with many campus and community activities ...Read full comment
... I am not into the party and I commute about 45 mins so I am not into the activities in campus that much ...Read full comment
... USC seemed like a good school at first when I started out as a freshman interested in sports, the athletic program and some people I hung out with...Read full comment
... Extra-curriculars: Lots of clubs and sports ...Read full comment
... Positives: -Has a solid academic reputation that will continue to get better -Beautiful campus and good location in Los Angeles -Good programs...Read full comment
... Like somebody here stated, I first thought USC was a great college due to the campus and the student activities going on (i ...Read full comment
... Activities: Believe it or not, USC parties hard (we recently had one of our parties raided by the SWAT team complete with helicopters) ...Read full comment
... The social life is great (and I hate the Greek system, so I'm not even talking about the Row), especially if you join clubs and do other activ...Read full comment
... There are a ton of choices for extracurriculars, ranging from sports to clubs to volunteering ...Read full comment
... It is much safer than it is made out to be, with all the housing and activities very close to campus ...Read full comment
... The campus is beautiful with a balance mix of academics, social life, and sports ...Read full comment
... It is much safer than it is made out to be, with all the housing and activities very close to campus ...Read full comment
... On one hand there are some great teachers, fun sports events and a great reputation ...Read full comment
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