Trinity University Recognized By Princeton Review As Top College
Trinity listed in top 13 percent of four-year colleges in America
Monday, September 14, 2020
view off Thomas balcony looking north, to South Hall

Trinity University has been named among the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to the Princeton Review in their list, The Best 386 Colleges: 2021 Edition. Trinity’s placement on this list places the University in the top 13 percent of all four-year colleges in the nation.

Trinity also made several other lists in the Princeton Review’s annual rankings, including Best Western, Best Value, Colleges That Create Futures, and Top 75 Best Value Colleges. 

The Princeton Review stated, “We selected these colleges primarily based on our high opinion of their academics. We monitor colleges continuously and annually collect data on more than 2,000 schools.” In addition to visiting schools, the Princeton Review also meets with college administrators, students, parents, and educators to help compile a comprehensive rating for each school. 

"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," said Robert Franek, Editor-in-Chief at The Princeton Review. "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."

The ranking lists in The Best 386 Colleges are based on surveys of more than 143,000 students, averaging 370 students per school. 

Sydney Rhodes '23 helped tell Trinity's story as a writing intern for Strategic Communications and Marketing.

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