The University of Arizona is among the schools included in “The Best 380 Colleges: 2016 Edition,” The Princeton Review’s annual college guide based on a survey of 136,000 students.
The Princeton Review does not issue overall rankings for the 380 schools. Instead, it assigns scores ranging from a low of 60 to a high of 99 in a variety of categories. The UA excelled in campus sustainability or “green” initiatives (93), quality of life (88), and admissions selectivity (85).
In a handful of categories that were ranked, the UA placed fourth in Best Health Services, 11th in Students Pack the Stadiums, and 22nd in Top Entrepreneurial Programs/Undergraduate.
The UA also received mention in four unranked categories: Best Western, Colleges That Pay You Back, Green Colleges, and Public Schools.