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yea i think so if u make time for one another it shouldnt be a probelm. also most of the time it homework so you never get time to party unless you and friends are done hw. other than that i think it is pretty easy to maintain a relationship while having fun as long as there trust and you are doing your part as well
Everyone gets along well. It is extremely easy to get to know people and the diversity is so great it makes a great melting pot.
This is a commuter college, parties, and having fun are not the norm.
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UB is a sociable school; however, the emphasis on relationships between guys and girls is not very strong. While there are relationships on campus, it's not like high school where everyone is "in the know" of everyone else's love life.
The UB students are mature adults and behave as such. The primary focus is getting the grade, the degree, and the career. Mainly, the guys and girls at the University of Baltimore are concerned with academics and not so much on the love lives of others.
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