Princeton Review finds no Minnesota campuses with top grades

What's your college known for?
What's your college known for?

With apologies to the Bard of Anoka, we really do live in a place where the men are strong, the women are good looking, the children are above average, and the colleges hover somewhere below the top of the heap. The Princeton Review is out with its annual college rankings, and no Minnesota campuses made the top grade:

  • Best Career Services - Northeastern University (MA)
  • Best Classroom Experience - Mount Holyoke College (MA)
  • Most Accessible Profs - U.S. Air Force Academy (CO)
  • Most Conservative Students - Texas A&M University
  • Most Liberal Students - Hampshire College (MA)
  • Most Politically Active Students - American University (DC)
  • Least Religious Students - Sarah Lawrence College (NY)
  • Happiest Students - Brown University (RI)
  • Lots of Race/Class Interaction- University of Miami (FL)
  • LGBT-Friendly - Emerson College (MA)
  • Top Party Schools -University of Georgia
  • Top Stone-Cold Sober Schools - Brigham Young University (UT)
  • Everyone Plays Intramural Sports - University of Notre Dame (IN)
  • Best Athletic Facilities - University of Maryland - College Park (MD)
  • Best Town-Gown Relations - Clemson University (SC)

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