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Ohio Northern University featured in The Princeton Review’s ‘The Best 371 Colleges’

Jul 30, 2009
ADA — Ohio Northern University is once again featured as one of the nation’s top schools in The Princeton Review’s annual college guide, “The Best 371 Colleges: 2010 Edition.”

The rankings in the 2010 edition are based on The Princeton Review’s survey of 122,000 students at 371 colleges in the book. The lists report the top-ranked colleges in more than 62 categories covering topics from academics and financial aid to aspects of college life.

Karen Condeni, ONU’s vice president and dean of enrollment said, “We are pleased that this student survey again places ONU among these best colleges in the country. This is reflective of the quality of our programs and the appreciation our students have for excellence. The overall ONU educational experience is evaluated, so this is a very positive recognition.”

ONU students were interviewed about the quality of the University’s academics and campus life. ONU students state that they “get involved in major-related activities as soon as they arrive on campus. This is much harder to do at a larger school. The opportunities [at Northern] are endless.”

Comments about the student body say that students are “usually really dedicated to something and have a strong passion for it. It could be politics, music, sports, religion or anything.” They are typically “involved with some organization. Everyone seems to find something they are good at or interested in, whether it’s a club, sports or Greek life or all three.”

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