Princeton Review survey ranks Emory in top 25 for 15 categories

Emory Report | Aug. 15, 2019

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Emory University ranks in the top 25 for 15 categories in the Princeton Review’s “The Best 385 Colleges” guide, based on surveys of 140,000 students from across the country who attend those schools.

In the 2020 edition, released this month, Emory ranks highly in a diverse range of categories covering overall satisfaction, life on campus, academics, resources and impact:

  • Best College Dorms: #4
  • Best Quality of Life: #5
  • College City Gets High Marks: #9
  • These Students Love Their Colleges: #11
  • Happiest Students: #12
  • Lots of Race/Class Interaction: #14
  • Town-Gown Relations Are Great: #15
  • Professors Get High Marks: #16
  • Best College Library: #16
  • Best-Run College: #16
  • Best College Newspaper: #17
  • Best Science Lab Facilities: #19
  • Lots of Greek Life: #20
  • Best Alumni Network: #21
  • Impact Schools: #22
Emory also ranked #38 on the Princeton Review’s list of Top 50 Best Value Colleges and #38 for the Top 50 Green Colleges.

The Princeton Review is a tutoring, test prep and college admission services company. Its ranking lists are based on its surveys of students attending the 385 colleges in the book in 2018–19 and/or the previous two academic years.