Baruch College Climbs in 3 National Rankings

For 2011, the third consecutive year, Baruch College has been named one of the best colleges in America by The Princeton Review in their annual college guide, The Best 373 Colleges.

Only about 15% of America’s four-year colleges and just two Canadian schools are cited in the book, which is The Princeton Review’s flagship guide to undergraduate education.

Robert Franek, Princeton Review Senior VP/Publisher and author of The Best 373 Colleges, commends Baruch for its “outstanding academics,” which he said is the primary criterion for their selection process.

Baruch students described their school as “the best college value in New York City” and praised their “unparalleled internship, career, and networking opportunities.” Students also lauded Baruch for its diversity and Career Development Center.

See Also: Baruch's Exceptional and Rising Grades from U.S. News & World Report and Forbes Magazine.

 

(Edited from press release by Zane Berzins, by J D Sallen.)

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