Rose-Hulman Featured Among Princeton Review’s ‘Best 387 Colleges’ and ‘Great Lists’

Wednesday, September 01, 2021
Image of Rose-Hulman Professor of Chemistry Rebecca DeVasher working with students in a lab.

The Princeton Review’s annual student survey ranked the institute among the best private colleges for professor accessibility, career services, internships, and administrative operations – elements making it a “best value.”

Rose-Hulman has once again been featured as one of The Princeton Review’s The Best 387 Colleges in the 2022 edition of its annual college guide. The book selects to profile only about 14% of America’s 2,700 four-year colleges, based on data the education services company annually collects about institutions’ academic offerings and surveys of students at the colleges who rate and report on various aspects of their campus and community experiences. 

For the 30th anniversary of guide, The Princeton Review curated 26 “Great Lists” of colleges with a distinctive history of appearances in the categories throughout the years.

Rose-Hulman was listed in the following “Great Lists”:

Earlier, the institute earned the following Princeton Review rankings and distinctions:

View the Princeton Review’s Rose-Hulman profile, including statements from the student surveys about the institute’s academics, study body and campus life.

“We salute Rose-Hulman for its outstanding academics and we are genuinely pleased to recommend it to prospective applicants searching for their ‘best-fit’ college,” stated The Princeton Review's Editor-in-Chief/lead author of The Best 387 Colleges Rob Franek in a news release provided with this year’s publication announcement.

Learn more about the institute’s rankings and national distinction here.