Penn State Cracks Six Top 10 Lists In The 2017 Princeton Review
The 2017 Princeton Review is out, and Penn State is everywhere. It cracked the top ten of six nationwide lists comprised of rankings based on students’ answers to survey questions:
- Number one athletic facilities
- Number two alumni network
- Number five health services
- Number six college newspaper (congrats, Daily Collegian!)
- Number six most stadium-packing fans
- Number nine career services
With all the good comes just a little bit of bad. Dear Old State has the 13th worst financial aid in the nation in the only major hit to our university. For better or for worse, Penn State dropped from number two to number 16 in the “lots of beer” category, didn’t crack the top 20 for “lots of liquor,” and despite recent reduction of marijuana-related fines, didn’t appear on the “reefer madness” list.
So, Beaver Stadium, Pegula, and the BJC rock, our alumni network proves solid once again, and you’re going to get a lot of help finding a job. Penn State is a great place to be, even if we apparently can’t slug ’em back like we used to.
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