In the 2011 edition of its annual “Best Colleges” book, which hit the bookstores August 3, The Princeton Review names Hunter College one of “the best 373 colleges” in the country. Though the list itself is unranked, Hunter earned high marks for its academic rigor and reputation, energetic and motivated students, affordability, and diversity. Incorporating students’ own observations in its profile of Hunter, the book advises that “New Yorkers seeking ‘a superb learning environment’” would be wise to “check out Hunter College.”
Hunter was also named one of the “Best in the Northeast,” an unranked list of 218 regional colleges selected for their academic excellence. The complete profile will be published in The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2011 Edition on August 10. In the meantime, both lists can be viewed on The Princeton Review website (www.princetonreview.com).