What, Virginia doesn’t have a top party school?

Only one Virginia college pulled in a #1 slot in the seemingly overkill number of categories of the latest Princeton Review.

UVA was ranked No. 1 as the best Value Public College. UVA was also No. 2 in the Great Financial Aid Category.

Princeton Review has 62 categories.

Virginia Tech pulled in a No. 8 in Top 10 Best Value Colleges, No. 2 for Best Campus Food, and No. 17 for Students Pack the Stadium.

William Mary earned a 12th in Happiest Students and 8th for Best Library.

The University of Richmond garnered No. 19 for Best Campus Food and No. 12 for Best Classroom Experience.

VCU and Washington & Lee and Randolph-Macon did not appear on any ranking lists.

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Only one Virginia college pulled in a #1 slot in the seemingly overkill number of categories of the latest Princeton Review.

UVA was ranked No. 1 as the best Value Public College. UVA was also No. 2 in the Great Financial Aid Category.

Princeton Review has 62 categories.

Virginia Tech pulled in a No. 8 in Top 10 Best Value Colleges, No. 2 for Best Campus Food, and No. 17 for Students Pack the Stadium.

William Mary earned a 12th in Happiest Students and 8th for Best Library.

The University of Richmond garnered No. 19 for Best Campus Food and No. 12 for Best Classroom Experience.

VCU and Washington & Lee and Randolph-Macon did not appear on any ranking lists.

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Jeanne Krier
Jeanne Krier
11 years ago

Thanks for doing this story.
Just to clarifty — The reason VCU, Randolph-Macon and Washington & Lee did not appear on any of The Princeton Review ranking lists is that these schools are not in its “Best 373 Colleges” book. The ranking lists are entirely based on The Princeton Review’s surveys of students attending the 373 schools in the book (only).
For more info on these lists or to see the top 20 schools on any of the 62 categories of ranking lists – go to http://www.princetonreview.com
– Jeanne Krier, Publicist for Princeton Review Books

Michael Thomas
Michael Thomas
11 years ago

Did these schools “opt-out” of participation in these rankings?

One would assume these schools would often be considered among the top 373 schools.

Would love to hear an insight you can provide.

Thanks Jeanne.

– Michael