The Princeton Review has released their trademark list of the “Best 384 Colleges” for 2019 and three Alabama schools made the cut.
To compile their latest edition, which is the 27th annual, the Princeton Review interviewed 138,000 students and examined the relevant data on the nation’s colleges.
See which Alabama institutions are on the list, and why, below:
(Note that the following sub-rankings are only done for top 20 schools in each category)
Best Athletic Facilities – #2
Future Rotarians and DAR – #14
Happiest Students – #19
Students Pack the Stadiums – #5
Their Students Love These Colleges – #18
Town-Gown Relations are Great – #7
Academics, on a scale of 1-99: 75
Read more about Auburn’s inclusion here.
The University of Alabama
Best Athletic Facilities – #1
Best College Dorms – #13
Best-Run Colleges – #11
Lots of Greek Life – #5
Most Active Student Governments – #8
Academics, on a scale of 1-99: 77
Read more about UA’s inclusion here.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
UAB’s post-graduate programs really push it over the top as a premier high-education institution.
The Princeton Review highlighted UAB by saying, “At the University of Alabama at Birmingham, professors and administrators ‘care about you.'” They also boast a relatively low student-to-faculty ratio.
Academics, on a scale of 1-99: 67
Read more about UAB’s inclusion here.
Sean Ross is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @sean_yhn