Michigan Technological University has once again been named among The Princeton Review’s Best 385 Colleges List for its 2020 edition. Not every post-secondary school can boast the receiving of such an accolade for more than twenty years running.
The Princeton Review is universally considered one of the most comprehensive and valuable college listing resources for students researching various undergraduate and graduate programs. Their extensive list, which they select from a pool of 2,000 different institutions, is determined by the rigorous examination of a wide variety of parameters.
Students from all over the world review the various academic options at these schools to ensure that the programs provide a well-rounded post-secondary experience.
The Princeton Review list instills confidence in their selections given the extensive surveys conducted of academic institutions. "We chose the 385 colleges for this edition as our 'best' overall, academically, based on data we gathered in 2018-19 from more than a thousand school administrators about their schools' academic programs and offerings,'' noted Robert Franek, the editor in chief of The Princeton Review. They also solicited the input of more than 140,000 students to offer the most precise snapshot of the caliber of their education experience at each institution included.
Michigan Tech is proud to be among this lauded list of schools for the 2020 edition, particularly as it was one of only three Michigan public institutions to be added. What is even more noteworthy, though, is that Michigan Tech has been featured on this list since 1994. What this reinforces is Michigan Tech's ongoing commitment to be an exceptional educational opportunity for its students.
Michigan Tech's longstanding ranking in this prestigious publication is a testament to the high quality of its online degree programs. Expert faculty, combined with the convenience of online learning, provides students an excellent option to gain an advanced, recognized degree.
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