Happy students enjoy a high quality of life, and Emory University captured first place in Princeton Review’s annual quality of life rankings, published in their 2019 list “The 384 Best Colleges.” The rankings are based on a nationwide student survey, and factors rated for the quality of life category included dorm comfort, food quality, student friendliness and interaction, diversity, administrator availability, community relations, location, safety and beauty. Emory also ranked highly for classroom experience (#19), science lab facilities (#20) and health services (#20). For more visit, https://news.emory.edu/stories/2018/08/upress_princeton_review_rankings/campus.html


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