The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, continues to be one of the nation’s best undergraduate institutions, according to The Princeton Review’s new “The Best 377 Colleges” list.
The list noted the university’s “classic liberal arts core dedicated to helping students find their passions” in an “intellectually enriching environment” and encouraging them to “learn, lead, and grow.”
UT was also noted for its diversity efforts. The university “tries extremely hard to encourage acceptance of diversity,” with awareness programs and the recent campus-wide civility campaign.
The Princeton Review also named UT a “best value” college earlier this year.
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