Lewis & Clark Gets Top Marks in Princeton Review
Lewis & Clark received top marks in Princeton Review’s new national rankings for most beautiful campus (No, 4), most politically active students (No. 12), and best college newspaper (No. 21).
Lewis & Clark is among just 15 percent of America’s four-year colleges and universities profiled in Princeton Review’s The Best 389 Colleges, 2024 edition. Within the popular college guide, Lewis & Clark is ranked No. 4 for “Most Beautiful Campus”; No. 12 for “Most Politically Active Students,” and No. 21 for “Best College Newspaper.”
The Princeton Review reported its 32nd annual “Best Colleges” rankings in mid-August. The company’s college ranking lists, reported in 50 categories, are based solely on its surveys of college students. Quotes from surveyed students reveal their opinions on everything from professors to campus food.
“Our selection of colleges for this book reflects our high opinion of the schools: we recommend each one as academically outstanding,” said Rob Franek, editor-in-chief of The Princeton Review and lead author of The Best 389 Colleges. “Our ranking lists reflect the opinions of the school’s students—their customers—and their reports to us about their campus experiences.”
The “Best Colleges for 2024” ranking lists are posted on PrincetonReview.com. The lists are also published in the Princeton Review college guide, The Best 389 Colleges, the 2024 edition.