Monday, September 01, 2008

Princeton Review's Best Colleges

Any serious college search should include a look at what students themselves are saying about the various aspects of campus life at schools across the nation.

The folks at the Princeton Review have done their homework, and have put together a well-sorted list of what they say are the best 361 colleges in America (selected according to carefully compiled student feedback data).

The Princeton Review “Best Colleges” study is always an important piece of research to review before making important college decisions or while considering which schools to target for admission, since it is based on the opinions of a huge sample of students currently attending the most popular colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Factors included in the rankings include: quality of professors and class discussions, diversity of student populations, party scene vs. “stone cold sober” environments, political leanings, social and cultural life, happiest students, extracurriculars, etc.

Search categories include: academics, politics, demographics, quality of life, etc.

Click here to go to the Princeton Review's list of the "Best 361 Colleges in America" (get the most current edition available).


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