Princeton Review

Princeton Review ranks WU first for ‘Best College Dorms’

Washington University was ranked number one in this year’s edition of the Princeton Review’s list of the “Best College Dorms.”

Tyler Sabloff | Senior Editor

WU earns place in Princeton Review Green Guide

Students who graduate from Washington University will be more prepared for environmentally conscious careers because of the school’s commitment to sustainability, according to the director of ratings for The Princeton Review.

| Senior News Editor

Washington University tops Princeton Review’s “Best College Dorms” ranking list

Washington University has earned high scores on various college rankings in past years, but this year the University is number one on the Princeton Review’s “Best College Dorms” list. The Princeton Review compiled the rankings by asking 122,000 students from 377 colleges, “How do you rate the comfort of your campus dorms?” in an online survey in 2011 and 2012.

Christina Wang

Princeton Review lists WU in best value ranking

Washington University was ranked the seventh best value in private universities by the Princeton Review. The ranking was based on factors including financial aid and academics. It was compiled using official university data and results from student surveys.

| Senior News Editor

WU recognized as best value institution by Princeton Review

Washington University received another commendation from a national review that accessed overall college experience. The Princeton Review awarded the University with a “best value distinction,” a title given to 50 private and 50 public universities based on 30 components categorized within three principal classifications: academics, cost of attendance, and financial aid factors.

| Staff Reporter

Princeton Review places University on 2010 Financial Aid Honor Roll

Earlier this year, the Princeton Review ranked Washington University fourth in the nation for financial aid. The University received the Review’s highest possible score of 99, making it one of 13 colleges placed on the Review’s “2010 Financial Aid Rating Honor Roll.”

| Contributing Reporter

Quality of life echoes Princeton Review ranks, University admins say

Washington University officials expressed satisfaction last week with the school’s high quality of life rankings in the Princeton Review this year, attributing the performance to student feedback and the hard work of administrators.

| Assignment Editor

Measuring a life

The Princeton Review recently ranked Washington University as fourth in a category entitled “Quality of Life.” Rice took first, followed by Bowdoin, and then Claremont McKenna. This ranking is based on students’ responses to questions about food, the campus, the local area, student interaction, friendliness and happiness. So basically, the Princeton Review aggregated all of […]

| Staff Columnist

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