The clubs students create (more than 220, and growing each year) are as diverse as their members, covering the spectrum of community service, spirituality, entertainment, and politics.
Click here to read more about clubs at the University of Rochester.
The most appealing about the University of Rochester is the size of the international student body and the clubs corresponding to different cultures
I made the University of Rochester MINE! This was my home, and I decided to take advantage of every opportunity.
I was pretty unsure as to where I wanted to go. However, after I came to visit when they invited the admitted freshmen for a weekend, I was amazed at how welcoming the students and professors were.
I really enjoyed the activities fair every fall. It was a great way to find new clubs and organizations to join and also a great way to meet people.
The public market on Saturdays was a lot of fun. It was great to get out into the city and see the great diversity of Rochester in the people and the food.
I wanted to go to a college near home with a good music program.
…because I’m a singer the proximity to the Eastman School of Music made it really easy to take lessons, see shows, and meet other singers.
My favorite tradition at U of R was the tolling of the bell. It rang every fifteen minutes and let you know exactly what time it was, no matter where you were on campus.