All college brochures feature them; bunches of joyful students in their school sweatshirts, sprawling in the spread of the university field, clutching large hard-bound books. But at which schools are co-eds truly the happiest? Colleges with the happiest students in US are listed below. These universities have been ranked by a review done back in 2010.
- Brown University
Never having to enroll for a class you don’t want to take is what being at Brown means. The school allows you to love studying without feeling throttled by it, so students breathe easier and smile more often.
- Clemson University
Clemson has an effervescent student-focused environment, learning and enrichment privileges to promote excellence and produce top-notch degree-holders, resolving real-world crisis through research, social welfare and community service.
- Claremont McKenna College
It’s almost ill at ease the manner students at Claremont McKenna College butter up their shrewd little liberal arts school. “There is no better place to come to college,” declares a sophomore.
- Stanford University
With a beautiful campus, an administration with machine-like regularity, varied but integrated student body, brilliant academic status, countless extracurricular activities and easy access to voguish dreamland San Francisco, for Stanford undergrads to feel detached and feel unwanted is ridiculous.
- Bowdoin College
Students say everyone is “practical and very driven and passionate about something; the community, setting, political affairs, discipline, etc.” Despite being exceptionally intellectual and amply stimulated, Bowdoin students are not violently competitive and everybody gets along well.
- Yale University
Yale undergrads don’t only benefit from remarkable professors and wide-ranging opportunities that offer exceptional in- and out-of-class learning, but also from involvement in a student body dedicated to the pursuit of excellence not just for themselves but for everyone.
- Stonehill College
The mainstream Stonehill undergrad is nice, caring, sociable and brainy. At Stonehill they hold doors, oddly for a long while at times, but the welcoming and pleasant population makes everybody feel at home.
- Rice University
The Rice populace is strange but gifted, eccentricity that would otherwise draw attention in the ordinary setting, however is acknowledged as natural here. “Through the madness is how people bond in Rice,” one student said.
- St. Mary’s College of Maryland
The ecstatically contented students of St. Mary’s College of Maryland toss out the descriptors unprejudiced, environment-friendly, promotes social integrity and very sundry and accepting. Situated on the picturesque St. Mary’s River, SMCM is a humble haven that provides all the academic motivation of a private school without producing unhealthy competition.
- Colorado College
Set in small town, Colorado College got a lovely campus cultivating an active social life. “My favorite thing about CC is that there is always something going on,” promises a happy junior, “from readings by famous poets to porn debates, internationally known advocates to lacrosse games, protests to plays, music festivals to dances, techno raves to campus political debates and fencing club to midnight pancake breakfasts.”