“Today” talks about “Best Colleges”

“Today” discusses Princeton Review’s list of “Professors Get High Marks,” where Mount Holyoke College is ranked No. 4 in the country.

By Christian Feuerstein

Princeton Review Editor-in-Chief Robert Franek was on the “Today” show to talk about the 2020 edition of “The Best 385 Colleges,” an annual publication of the top 20 colleges across 62 different categories. The rankings are based entirely on feedback from students.

The segment noted that Mount Holyoke College was ranked No. 4 in the country for “Professors Get High Marks.” Other rankings of the College by the publication include No. 8 for “Best College Library,” No. 12 for “Best Classroom Experience,” No. 2 for “LGBTQ-Friendly” and No. 6 for “Most Active Student Government.” 

Mount Holyoke also appears on several unranked lists, including “Best Northeastern Colleges,” “Best Value Colleges” and “Green Colleges.” 

Watch the segment. 

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