UT is often highly ranked for its academics, its value, and its diversity, among other criteria. Now we can add one more accolade to the list: Austin has been named one of the best places to go to college.
The ranking is from college discussion website Unigo, which has compiled a new ranking of colleges based on location.
UT, which received 753 Unigo reviews by real students, is the only Texas school on the “Top 10 Best Places to Go for College.” The list is made up of schools with interesting campuses, some with less traditional settings, within a city that provides activity and variety for students.
Here are the others schools to make the cut:
- Boston University
- College of Charleston
- New York University
- Tulane University
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of Colorado-Boulder
- University of Oregon
- University of Vermont
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
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