By Linda Hasco | firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted August 08, 2019 at 05:10 AM
Which colleges have the best libraries? The prettiest campuses? Which university’s students study the most? The least? Which have the most enthusiastic football fans?
The Princeton Review tries to answer these questions and more in its latest college rankings.
The Princeton Review sent questionnaires to administrators of more than 1,000 college, and from those chose what it considers the 385 best colleges in the United States.
Then it surveyed 140,000 students at those colleges, asking them to rate their school on 62 different qualities, from best and worst libraries to the diversity of the student body, to the quality of campus food. Its report lists the universities that, based entirely on student surveys, ranked in the top 20 in each of the 62 categories.
Here’s a look at which Pennsylvania colleges and universities landed in the top 20 in any of the 62 categories, and how they ranked.
ACADEMICS AND ADMINISTRATION
Best career services
12. Grove City College
Best classroom experience
11. Bucknell University
18. Gettysburg College
Best college library
10. Lehigh University
Best science lab facilities
1. Lehigh University
12. Bucknell University
20. University of Scranton