Albertson College Again Included in Top 10 Percent of American Colleges and Universities
2000. 08. 23.
CALDWELL, ID -- Once again, The Princeton Review has included Albertson College of Idaho in its 2001 "The Best 331 Colleges" guidebook, citing students' positive feedback of town-gown relations, small classes, student interaction and college theater.
The rankings are based on surveys of students on campuses nationwide. The 331 colleges represent less than 10 percent of American colleges; the only other Idaho college represented in the guide is the University of Idaho.
The Princeton Review has listed Albertson College as a top college since its 1998 edition.
"Unlike other rankings, this guide is based on how students feel about the college -- which says a lot about the academic experience we offer," said Albertson College President Kevin Learned.
"The Best 331 Colleges" guidebook, which was first published in 1991, offers profiles of the nation's top schools based on student feedback. The book lists the top colleges in numerous categories, including the top "party schools," schools with the most politically active students, and schools with the best libraries.
For more information, contact the Albertson College Office of Communication.