|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Rochester Students||21%||19%||46%||20%||3%||2%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to University of Rochester in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
92% of students
I really like the vibe of the campus, the closeness to the Eastman School of Music, and the people I've met. The academics are challenging, but I have learned a lot.
The food isn't great, and the freshman housing is kind of bad.
The University of Rochester provides high-level education to students who are willing to put in the effort. As a dual degree student at the Eastman School of Music, I’ve found that the dual degree program is very rigorous but provides countless opportunities to grow as a musician, scholar, and person.
The food is very on and off and especially at the Eastman campus, nutritious food can be hard to get ahold of. Cooking is easier at U of R since they have kitchens in the dorm buildings, however cooking is quite time-consuming.
The openness of the curriculum as well as the availability of professors and their willingness to help!
Food can sometimes be very dreadful here
The coursework is interesting and challenging, and the flexibility of degree plans allows people to explore just about everything while still being able to graduate on time. The food in the dining hall becomes repetitive after a while, but there are enough places on campus to find something new to eat.
Sometimes professors relied primarily on PowerPoint based on the textbook without introducing new materials, but that's standard for most colleges.
I really enjoyed my time this past year, but ultimately everything is what you make of it.
Don't feel pressured to join people out of obligation. Listen to yourself first.
The University of Rochester has a lot of resources and opportunities for students, it could be described as a "nerd-school", but it still has a lot of events, organizations, and parties, for those who like them, while also having lots of spaces to study and focus. I really liked the community, the small size, and the many organizations that there are.
The food was not the best but there are many options on campus. The dorms are also not necessarily great, some dorms are very old and some are very new and nice, it will depend on the housing lottery so it is a little bit risky.