Marquette ranked a ‘Best College’ by Princeton Review

The Princeton Review last week released its annual best college rankings. Marquette was again named on the list of the “Best 386 Colleges.” The university is also featured in several of its sub-categories.

Marquette is ranked 19th nationally in the Best Schools for Internships category.

The university is also ranked 20th in the Most Religious Students category, 16th in the Students Most Engaged in Community Service category and 7th in the Students Pack the Stadiums category. The last of which is based on student assessments of the popularity of intercollegiate sports at their schools.

Additionally, the Princeton review ranked Marquette among the best Midwest colleges, as well as among the colleges with the best value.

“Since 1992, our goal in publishing college rankings — and our ongoing mission at The Princeton Review — is to help students find, get accepted to, and thrive at the colleges best for them,” Robert Franek, editor-in-chief at The Princeton Review, said. “We recommend every one of the 386 colleges in the new edition of our book as a ‘best’ choice, and we salute them for their exceptional offerings, especially during this extremely challenging academic year.”

This year’s Princeton Review college rankings are based on surveys of 143,000 college students, who, based on their campus experiences, rate their respective schools on dozens of topics.

The 85-question survey asks students about their professors, administrators, school services, campus culture and other facets of life at their schools.