<p>I’m trying to make my decision as to where I should go to school & I have some questions about life at BC. </p>
<p>1.) I’m not 100% sure what field I want to become involved in. How hard/easy is it to switch majors?
2.) How’s the “party scene”? Is drinking the only thing to do? Are there opportunities for students who don’t want to drink?
3.) How present are the sororities/fraternities?
4.) Where would you say the majority of the people are from?
5.) Do students spend a lot of time in the city?
6.) Is the student body “cliquey”?
7.) What is the overall atmosphere of the school?</p>
<p>Sorry, I have a lot of questions. Answers to any of them would be greatly appreciated!</p>
<p>1.) I'm not 100% sure what field I want to become involved in. How hard/easy is it to switch majors? </p>
<p>Within A&S switching majors consists of sending an e-mail. Switching in between schools is much more difficult, although any A&S student can minor in Lynch. </p>
<p>2.) How's the "party scene"? Is drinking the only thing to do? Are there opportunities for students who don't want to drink?</p>
<p>There are plenty of people who don't drink. The social scene is what you make of it, and the friends you make. If you don't like drinking you will not struggle to find like-minded individuals. </p>
<p>3.) How present are the sororities/fraternities? </p>
<p>4.) Where would you say the majority of the people are from?</p>
<p>New England, New York, New Jersey. Then California and the Mid West. </p>
<p>5.) Do students spend a lot of time in the city?</p>
<p>If they want to, yes. A lot go in every week, some once a month, some not at all. </p>
<p>6.) Is the student body "cliquey"?</p>
<p>7.) What is the overall atmosphere of the school</p>
<p>You really need to come visit. It's a fun place to be, everybody has a postive attitude and is very open</p>
<p>1) It's easy to switch majors. As BCguy already stated, all you need to do is send an email or if you're in CSOM, visit the secretary of the department and ask them to change it for you. </p>
<p>2) Drinking is a major part of the party scene. Games like pong are typically played during the weekends. You'll definitely find many others who prefer not to drink, so it is possible to have some semblance of a life even if you don't drink.</p>
<p>3) There are no frats/sororities, although it wouldn't surprise me if there were "underground" frats/sororities. </p>
<p>4) The majority of people are from the northeast part of the US and California, but you have a decent amount of people from every place in the US and a few from foreign countries.</p>
<p>5) It depends on the crowd you hang out with. Some go out into the city every weekend, others like me head into the city once a month to 2 months. </p>
<p>6) Yes, but not as cliquey as you may think. They are when you're just walking around campus, you'll constantly see the same groups of people walking around, but students are generally very approachable and friendly.</p>
<p>7) The atmosphere is very different depending on who you ask. Like BCguy said, you're just gonna have to check it out for yourself ;)</p>
<p>Transferring into CSOM is VERY TOUGH!!!</p>
<p>When do we get our email addresses? I wanna join the BC network on facebook :P</p>