Well-rounded, friendly, and studious – this is how the typical undergraduate is described in the recent edition of The Princeton Review, reported earlier this month.
"Life at college is very safe and relaxing," a Marywood University freshman says. "[We] fit in as one big friendly family."
This year's survey asked 122,000 students at 376 top colleges to rate their schools on dozens of topics and report on their campus experiences. All schools are scored from 60 to 99 in various categories including Financial Aid, Fire Safety, and Green (a rating of environmental commitments). Marywood University was acknowledged in three categories, and university officials say they are pleased with the academic recognition.
"We are focused on academic excellence and service, and our students are concerned with each other and the greater global community," says University President Sister Ann Munley. "I see that as a successful student experience."
To read the full review, please visit The Princeton Review website.
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