TU receives high marks from The Princeton Review

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

The Princeton Review has named The University of Tulsa as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, citing the school’s “unequivocal emphasis on academics.”

Student surveys in The Princeton Review play a prominent role in their methodology, and its profile on TU shows students praising the university’s accessible faculty and vast research opportunities. One student noted, “I had no trouble getting undergraduate research experience in biochemistry as early as sophomore year.”

Other students lauded TU’s “rigorous and invigorating lectures and well-instructed lab periods” as well as “academic and professional opportunities reserved only for graduate students at other schools.”

In addition to receiving high marks for academics, The Princeton Review noted that TU has a high quality of life on campus, including top-notch computer facilities, great athletic facilities, friendly, happy students, and excellent relationships between the students and the local community.

For more information regarding The Princeton Review, which is used by high school students and their parents to guide them in the selection of colleges and universities, visit www.princetonreview.com.