McDaniel named a ‘Best in the Northeast’ by The Princeton Review
McDaniel College has been named a “Best in the Northeast” in The Princeton Review’s “2017 Best Colleges: Region by Region” website feature.
This is the fourth consecutive year that McDaniel has been recognized among the best colleges in the Northeast. Only 228 colleges in 11 states make up the list.
According to The Princeton Review, colleges are chosen for their excellent academics in addition to survey results from students about their campus experiences.
In its website profile about McDaniel, The Princeton Review again notes that the college "prides itself in graduating smart, well-rounded students" who are ready to join "the workforce or further [their] education" and highlights The McDaniel Plan.
Overall, 649 colleges were identified from four regions of the country—Northeast, Southeast, Midwest and West—constituting about 25 percent of the nation’s 2,500 four-year colleges.
- McDaniel ranked in the top 100 colleges in the nation in MONEY magazine’s “Best Colleges” list and was included among “The 50 Most Affordable Private Colleges,” “The 50 Best Liberal Arts Colleges” and “The Best 50 Colleges That You Can Actually Get Into.”
- McDaniel was included among the top 30 liberal arts colleges in the nation, according to Washington Monthly, and at the top of Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck" list for the fourth consecutive year. McDaniel’s ROTC program also ranked at #6 for the third consecutive year.