OU Named One of Nation’s ‘Best Colleges’ by The Princeton Review
The University of Oklahoma has again been selected as one of “The Best 386 Colleges” by The Princeton Review.
Each year, the education services company evaluates, monitors and collects data on more than 2,000 schools. This, along with feedback received from students, parents, educators and The Princeton Review staff, is used to determine the schools on The Best 386 Colleges list.
Only 13% of all four-year colleges were included, and OU is the only public university in Oklahoma to make the list.
According to the guide, OU “is an ‘intellectually fertile, opportunity-laden public research institution’ with a ‘rich tradition of community’ that offers ‘an Ivy League quality education within a public university.’”
OU is included in other rankings by The Princeton Review, including Best Western School, Top Green College, and most recently, Best Value College for 2020.
Article Published: Wednesday, August 26, 2020