Loyola earns high rankings in three Princeton Review categories

India Yarborough

The Princeton Review released its 2017 ranking lists of the top 20 colleges in 62 separate categories today. Loyola University New Orleans ranked number 11 in “Town-Gown Relations are Great” and number 13 in “Lots of Race/Class Interaction.” Loyola was also recognized as one of the “Best Southeastern” schools in the country.

According to The Princeton Review’s website, the 25th edition ranking lists are compiled from survey information from 143,000 students at 381 colleges across the United States. The 62 ranking lists fell under one of eight categories: academic/administration, quality of life, politics, demographics, town life, extracurriculars, social scene and schools by type.