Making headlines for doing great work: A 2015 rankings roundup

From studying abroad to studying the most, building leaders to building futures, here are a few of the rankings from the past year that garnered the most attention.

U.S. News & World Report ranked us #29 on their Best Undergraduate Teaching list and #48 amongst liberal arts colleges nation-wide. Additionally, they’ve included us in their profile of institutions with “stellar examples” of service learning programs – combining the best of real-world experience through volunteer opportunities with complimentary education in the classroom.

The Princeton Review named us both a Best Value College and a College that Creates Futures, citing our historic location, distinctive programs, interconnected curriculum, and innovative career plan as attributes deserving of this recognition. Furthermore, The Princeton Review ranked the College in the top 20 for athletic facilities, campus food, happiest students, students who study the most, and for student participation in intramural sports.

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