The University of Tulsa is featured in the Princeton Review’s 2017 edition of its flagship college guide, The Best 381 Colleges. The publication highlights the nation’s top institutions for undergraduate education based on a survey of 143,000 students who were asked to rate their schools on campus experiences and other topics.
The Princeton Review guide includes detailed college profiles with ratings for several categories including institutions with the happiest students, best financial aid, top career services and most LGBTQ-friendly communities. The publication is used widely by college applicants and parents during the college decision process.
“TU offers access to transformative, hands-on academic opportunities that equip students for emerging careers in engineering, health sciences, social sciences and business,” said Earl Johnson, vice president for enrollment and student services. “We’re pleased to once again appear in the Princeton Review guide, which reaffirms our commitment to a superior educational experience.”
TU is regularly included in the college guide among other Princeton Review distinctions such as a top law school, leading computer gaming school, green campus, university that “pays you back” and outstanding institution of higher learning.
A full list of school profiles appears at http://www.princetonreview.com/college-rankings/best-colleges.