The 2021 edition of the Princeton Review’s “Best 385 Colleges” rankings list also recognized Health Services at the University of Auburn and the University of Vermont. It also named American University among the top US universities with the most popular study abroad program.
The Princeton Review has named Auburn University and William & Mary among the top universities in the United States with the “happiest students” as part of its latest “Best 385 Colleges” rankings list. The university has also been ranked among the top universities under the categories of “Their Students Love These Colleges” and “Best Health Services”.
Along with Auburn University, two other US universities, namely the University of Utah and the University of Vermont, have also made it to the “Best Health Services” list. Auburn has also been recognised as one of the leading universities in the US with the “Best Quality of Life”. The list also features other prominent universities such as Rice University, Kansas State University, Texas Christian University, Emory University, Washington University in St. Louis, Washington State University, and more.
Overall, the most popular colleges to be included in the list are Harvard College, Cornell University, Brown University, Boston University, Auburn University, American University and New York University.
The “Best 386 Colleges” includes a total of 62 ranking lists, each one identifying the top 20 colleges in various categories such as “Best Career Services”, “Great Financial Aid”, “Best-Run Colleges, “Best Athletic Facilities”, “Most Liberal Students”, and so on. The 2021 edition was based on surveys of over 1,43,000 students with an average of 370 students per school depending on the size of a student body.
Conducted between July 1 and July 22, 2020, the surveys also comprised several questions on the impact of COVID-19 on fall 2020 admissions, reopening plans and campus modifications.
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