For a 15th consecutive year, Stanislaus State has made The Princeton Review’s “Best 386 Colleges” guidebook.
Three of the 23 California State University campuses, including Stan State, San Diego State and Sonoma State earned a spot on the heralded list, which was announced on Aug. 18. In addition, Stan State was one of two universities in the Central Valley to be recognized in the Princeton Review’s survey along with UC Merced.
The colleges and universities listed in the guidebook are not ranked but are selected based on feedback from 143,000 students. Students review a variety of areas including academics, administration, campus life and financial aid.
According to The Princeton Review, students praised Stan State for providing a quality, affordable education focused on helping scholars prepare for their careers.
The Review also recognized Stan State as one of the top 127 universities in the West.