When it comes to undergraduate programs, Arizona State University offers high-quality education that makes its degrees stand out. That’s the driving reason why The Princeton Review highlighted ASU among top-tier institutions in its 2015 annual guide, “The Best 379 Colleges.”
Within the guide, The Princeton Review extols ASU for a variety of factors, including student life, exceptional academics and ample internship opportunities. This rings true with ASU students, who additionally praise ASU for its diverse programs, affordability and research facilities.
To compile the guide, The Princeton Review considered a range of college features and benefits, but chief among the criteria was outstanding academics. ASU rose up in the rankings out of more than 2,500 four-year schools considered, positioning the university in the top 15 percent of America’s most impressive institutions for higher learning.
Selections for “The Best 379 Colleges” were made based on annual surveys conducted by The Princeton Review, visits to campuses and survey feedback. Beyond The Princeton Review staff, opinions from an assembled 35-member National College Counselor Advisory Board were also considered. The data and the experts agreed: ASU provides a superior education experience.
Read more about ASU’s recent rankings, including comments from students and The Princeton Review’s senior vice president.