Aug. 4, 2015—The University of Denver has landed a spot in two categories listed in the Princeton Review’s Annual College Rankings Guide for 2016. The University took the No. 14 spot for “College City Gets High Marks,” which is based on answers to questions regarding the city or town where the school is located, and claimed the No. 4 position on “Most Popular Study Abroad Program.”
The rankings are based on surveys of students from the 2014-15 school year. The Princeton Review has published these rankings since 1992.
“Being rated so highly by our students affirms our commitment to them and our investment in their future,” said University of Denver Chancellor, Rebecca Chopp. “DU believes in challenging and supporting our students in academics, co-curricular experiences, study abroad and internships. We want them well prepared to navigate and enjoy their professional and personal journeys ahead.”
In addition to being ranked in two of the 62 categories listed by the Review, the University also received a 91 on a scale from 60-99 on “Quality of Life,” an 89 for having “Green initiatives,” an 88 for “Admissions Selectivity,” and an 89 for “Financial Aid.”