The Princeton Review Names Baruch
One of Best 371 Colleges

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The Princeton Review 2010

The Princeton Review has once again named Baruch College one of the best in America, according to their just-released survey of “The Best 371 Colleges – 2010 Edition.” The popular guide, widely used by parents and high school students, represents only about 15% of the country’s 2,500 4-year colleges and inclusion is prestigious. The Review cites Baruch for its rigorous academics, the “beautiful” Newman Vertical Campus, and “hardworking” students. This is the second year in a row we have achieved this distinction.
 
In the Baruch profile students describe their alma matter as “the best educational value in New York City,” and heap praise on the many career and internship opportunities Baruch offers. Singled out for special mention is the hard work and dedication of the Starr Career Development Center which strives “tirelessly to prepare students for the working world.” The Princeton Review compiles its information from student feedback as well as data supplied by the College’s Administration.