According to The Princeton Review’s 2019 edition of college ranking lists, Clemson is ranked number one for “Most Loved Colleges” aka “Their Students Love these Colleges” just ahead of William & Mary, Virginia Tech and Tulane. This ranking was an improvement up from the number two spot last year.
Outside of this top spot Clemson was ranked in the top 20 for six other categories including #2 in both “Best Career Services” and “Students Pack the Stadiums”, #3 for “Everyone Plays Intramural Sports”, #6 for “Town-Gown Relations are Great”, #7 for “Happiest Students” and #16 for “Best Alumni Networks”. You could say that the Tigers are doing pretty well based on these rankings!
According to a quote given to Clemson Universities The Newsstand publication, undergraduate admissions director David Kuskowski said, ““There are many reasons students choose Clemson: for its outstanding academic reputation, the expected return on investment in their educations and how well they will be prepared for future success in life. It’s not a surprise that they also love Clemson University. It is a beautiful, welcoming place and everyone can feel that are they part of our Clemson family.”
For more details on how Clemson stacks up against other colleges, check out the Princeton Review’s “The Best 384 Colleges” book that came out last week. It is the 27th edition of the book and this year they surveyed 138,000 students all over the country to put in perspective what each college has to offer, from food to sports to academics they cover it all.