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No, it's really an even split for the most part. Obviously, if you join a fraternity or sorority your numbers would change to reflect that. And, if you are in engineering don't expect to see many girls in your classes.
not at all.
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Written by Heather Priestley
With around 20,000 undergrads at Tech, there are bound to be at least a few hotties wandering around campus. But Tech students will tell you that there are a disproportionately large number of good-looking students at Tech, and they're distributed across academic interests. The engineering departments are definitely dominated by guys, while there are tons of female psychology majors. Luckily, students tend to hang out across majors so the male/female ratio evens out. Most times, Tech students don't notice the ratio, and there always seems to be plenty of the opposite sex around.
While students usually dress casually for class, they make a conscious effort to look their best when going out on the town. You never know who you'll meet. Students who spend their evening on campus can only hang out in opposite sex rooms till 2 a.m. in most dorms. This rule isn't very strictly enforced, and roommates usually work out visiting rules between themselves. While students are focused on having a good time, Schiffert Health Center aims to keep everyone safe. The health center sells Trojan condoms for discounted prices and offers discrete STD and HIV testing. Sometimes, it seems like half of the reason for going to class is academics, and the other half is to check people out. Tech students consider their campus to be a pretty attractive one overall. Students make sure that tests and grades don't limit them from getting out and meeting people. Tech students are generally friendly, especially when talking to a cute classmate.
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