Albright College has been named an “academically outstanding” Best College in the Mid Atlantic by the Princeton Review. Albright has appeared on the Princeton Review’s Best Regional Colleges list 19 times in the last 20 years.
Based on data from 165,000 college students, only 97 schools in the Mid Atlantic and 630 schools across the nation were recognized as Regional Best Colleges for 2024.
Albright College is home to engaging faculty who believe that the best academic moments are when students feel inspired and ready to take action. More than half of Albright students take advantage of the college’s distinctive co-major program, which enables students to cross or combine different areas of study, without spending extra money or taking longer to graduate.
The college’s curricular and extra-curricular offerings are designed to empower students to create, innovate and tackle life-changing challenges, in order to develop solutions to problems that may not even exist yet.
Student reviewers spoke highly of Albright’s pre-professional programs, as well as the arts and theatre programs, passionate professors, study abroad and internship connections. Although the national acceptance rate for medical school applicants is about 40%, more than 90% of Albright graduates make it to that next level with the help of faculty with deep insight into the demands of top graduate schools around the country.