Bradley: One of the Best
August 5, 2013
Bradley University is once again featured in The Princeton Review’s annual guide of best colleges in the nation.
The 2014 edition of “The Best 378 Colleges” was released this week and highlights Bradley for providing students with a hands-on learning environment and preparing them for the world beyond college.
Bradley University President Joanne Glasser said, “We are thrilled to once again be recognized as one of the best institutions in the nation by such a highly respected publication as The Princeton Review. The faculty and administration continue to work diligently to further our vision of being a university of national distinction and this is proof that we are indeed reaching that goal.”
Only 15% of all four-year colleges receive this distinction each year, and Bradley has regularly been included on the list. The distinction is based on detailed profiles and opinions from independent college counselors, students, parents and campus visits.
National college guides rank Bradley among the top schools in the nation for academic quality and value. Guidebooks also note mentoring of students by faculty, access to quality facilities, and hands-on learning among Bradley’s greatest strengths. The Princeton Review rates Bradley’s entrepreneurship program and video game design programs as among the top in the nation.