Albright College Named One of the Best
in the Northeast by The Princeton Review
Aug. 6, 2014
Reading, Pa. – Albright College has once
again been named one of the best schools in the Northeast by The Princeton
is one of 225 colleges and universities named to The Princeton Review’s “Best
Northeastern” list, part of the company’s online feature “2015 Best Colleges:
Region by Region.” The Princeton Review, an education services company known
for its test prep and college guides, assesses schools for academic excellence,
compiling the list based on student surveys, data collected through its
administrator surveys, and the opinions of its staff and of counselor advisers.
was recognized for its commitment to interdisciplinary education, small
classes, discussion-based learning and high level of student involvement.
Albright student surveyed said the College's "academic approach attracts
students who 'value being unique and following your own path. We are able to
fit together, because we respect and reward individuality.'"
Eichhorn, Albright's vice president of enrollment management and dean of
admission, called the College's inclusion on the list a great honor.
recognition validates Albright's continued commitment to a liberal arts
curriculum and experiential learning opportunities that prepare our graduates for
an ever-changing job market," said Eichhorn.
students also lauded the College for its great facilities and ongoing efforts
to improve campus buildings. This includes the recently renovated Science
Center and the new John K. Roessner III
’61 Hall: The Center for Business and Civic Leadership at Albright College, set
to open this fall.
has been named one of the best colleges in the Northeast since 2004.
total, The Princeton Review recognized 646 colleges and universities in four
regions, representing just 25 percent of the nation’s approximately 2,500
four-year colleges. The Northeast region stretches from Maine to Maryland.
Schools in the Best Colleges: Region by Region feature are not ranked.
the full list of the best regional schools: http://www.princetonreview.com/best-regional-colleges.aspx.
Founded in 1856, Albright
College is a selective, national liberal arts college enrolling 1,700 full-time
undergraduates and more than 800 adult learners and graduate students. The
College’s flexible interdisciplinary curriculum, strengthened by a close-knit
residential learning environment, encourages students to combine majors and
disciplines to create individualized academic programs. Close faculty
mentorship, numerous experiential learning options, and a diverse, supportive
community of scholars and learners help students exceed their own expectations
and graduate with a commitment to a lifetime of service and learning. Albright
College is located in Reading, Pennsylvania.
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