Bryn mawr college dating scene
The campus is beautiful and the faculty and staff are unbelievably helpful and kind. That being said, if you fit in, you will be very happy.I have made some of the best friendships on this campus. The people are intelligent, the classes are great, and thank goodness for the consortium. Think about the social culture seriously before you come. I ended up having to leave the school because the mental health services were subpar, and even though the deans tell you how much they care for their students, they really don't.As far as diversity you have people from all over but mostly well-off kids, and international students are very clique-y, so being low-income is a bit isolating. The campus is very polarizing, if you get in with the right crowd you'll be set all 4 years, but even small mistakes can doom you so bad you'll want to transfer. (2/2) Reputation and networking wise, it's a great school. Location is good if you want a small campus feel with city resources but going into Philly is harder than you'd think ($$). Foods is so-so, but the campus is safe and beautiful. (1/2) Bryn Mawr is an absolutely amazing college; the professors and students are kind, unique, and brilliant.Dorms are pretty nice, facilities are sufficient but limited. The consortium ensures that you have a wide variety of classes to choose from, and compared to your average school, the food is great.The social scene is nonexistent and it is virtually silent on campus at all times. I like what I dislike about this campus -- it's small, and the student body is really engaged and active re: social justice (to be expected with so many of us being queer).The student body gives off the vibe that everyone is angry and this is often reinforced by the administration. Bryn Mawr isnt perfect, but there are a lot of benefits. It gets a lil tiring but I love what I'm studying (I'm a Cities major) and I've made some great friends and had some great experiences. A long-time resident of Wisbech, England, Ellery Yale Wood ’52 worked as an antiquarian bookseller and in her spare time collected books written for children and young adults since the middle of the 18th century.
The racial makeup of the CDP was 74.0% White, 10.5% Black or African American, 0.0% Native American, 10.7% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 1.2% from other races, and 3.6% from two or more races.The social scene isn't the most vibrant -- there are more small kickbacks than big alcohol-chugging parties.Going to Bryn Mawr was the best choice I could have ever made.BMC has the most supportive and friendly environment, HOWEVER, it's also a stifling bubble; ethnically diverse, but socially NOT AT ALL. The consortium doesn't expand your social circle, unless you already know ppl there. Most colleges will never give you the liberties and perks you get from Bryn Mawr. just west of Philadelphia along Lancaster Avenue (US-30) and the border with Delaware County.