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Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Stockton Named Among Princeton Review’s “Best in the Northeast” Colleges and Universities

Galloway Township, NJ- The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey has been named a “Best in the Northeast” college by The Princeton Review, a nationally recognized education services company. Stockton College is one of 220 selected Northeast institutions profiled on The Princeton Review’s Web site and in its 2012 college guidebook.

The Princeton Review profiles a total of 629 schools from the Northeast, the Southeast, the Midwest and the West in their Web site feature, “2012 Best Colleges: Region by Region.” The 629 regional best colleges constitute 25% of the nation’s 2,500 four-year colleges. Stockton is also profiled in The Princeton Review’s book, The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2012 Edition.

One of the features that distinguish The Princeton Review from other rankings is its student survey that takes into account what students attending the institutions report about their campus experiences. 

Student surveys revealed that Stockton has “great ethnic diversity on campus because it attracts students from all over New Jersey, Philadelphia and New York, (areas) that are already diverse,” and that “overall there appears to be great camaraderie among the undergrads.”

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