Corban named “a Best in the West” by The Princeton Review
August 5, 2011
Once again, The Princeton Review lists Corban as one of the best colleges and universities in the West.
Robert Franek, Princeton Review’s Senior VP and Publisher, says: “We’re pleased to recommend Corban to users of our site as one of the best schools to earn their undergrad degree… Only schools that permit us to independently survey their students are eligible to be considered for our regional ‘best’ lists.”
In its profile of Corban, The Princeton Review reports: “Students describe Corban as ‘a place to prepare you for a strong life with a good education and an even greater relationship with the Lord.’ Most of the professors ‘teach Christ no matter the discipline, providing an enjoyable and intuitive walk through my major in light of the scriptures.’ Students had rave reviews for the faculty, saying that ‘I am daily overwhelmed with the wealth of knowledge found in my professors’ and that they provide ‘examples for us to follow in our everyday lives…’ Most importantly, students say that Corban “care(s) about me as an individual. That is why I'm here.”
On a scale of 60 to 99, Corban received positive rating scores including 83 for Academics, 88 for Admissions Selectivity, and 88 for Quality of Life. The Princeton Review explains the criteria for each rating score here.