It wasn’t votes that gave Corban a “2013 Best in the West” designation by The Princeton Review; it was the great things students had to say.
In order to be eligible for “Best in the West” consideration, university administrators allowed The Princeton Review to conduct an independent, 80-question survey. The results showed once again that Corban University students are receiving an excellent educational experience and are willing to share this with others.
The survey asked students to rate the faculty, admissions process, financial aid process, food, campus safety and overall quality of life. Though hundreds of western area colleges in 15 states, from Montana to the north and Texas to the south, were surveyed, just 122 were named “Best in the West.”
“We are pleased to be recognized for creating an excellent academic environment where student learning and achievement take precedence,” said Corban Provost Matt Lucas. The faculty is committed to further enhancing the academic core and developing innovative programs and learning opportunities.
“Our desire is to enlarge Corban University’s role as a Christian thought leader in the Northwest,” he added.
For more information about The Princeton Review’s scoring process, click here.