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Princeton Review: Best Colleges In The United States

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Bryant University in Rhode Island is one of the best colleges in the country, according to The Princeton Review.

The Princeton Review recently ranked colleges based on reviews from 136,000 students at 380 top colleges. Students were asked to rate their schools on dozens of topics and report on their campus experiences. The rankings revealed last week that Bryant University is the best college in the United States.

The Smithfield-based institution's undergraduate curriculum is nationally recognized for its innovation and not. According to the Princeton Review, its faculty is "good at teaching, but even better at providing real working knowledge."

"Our 62 ranking lists provide students with a way to see the types of colleges that could help them achieve their future goals and dreams," Robert Franek, Princeton Review's senior vice president-publisher, said in a statement. "Every college in our book has outstanding academics. While our purpose is not to crown one college academically 'best' overall or to rank the schools 1 to 380 on any single topic, our lists provide direct student feedback on the schools' campus culture, program offerings and cost. Our goal is to help applicants choose and get into their dream college -- the college best for them."

The Princeton Review does not rank schools overall 1-380. This list appears in alphabetical order with "featured" client schools listed first. Head over to their website to see all the schools that made the list.

Best Colleges In The USA

Bryant University (Smithfield, R.I.)

California State University, Stanislaus (Turlock, Calif.)

Chapman University (Orange, Calif.)

Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

DePaul University (Chicago, Ill.)

Gettysburg College (Gettysburg, Pa.)

Marist College (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.)

Ohio Wesleyan University (Delaware, Ohio)

Stonehill College (Easton, Mass.)

The University of Texas at Dallas (Richardson, Texas)

(Editor's note: this article was changed to remove the 1-10 ranking scale previously expressed).

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