Temple University was named among the best colleges in the country according to the Princeton Review.
Temple students gave many positive reviews regarding the university, and in return, Temple was given recognition as being one of the best colleges in the United States.
More than 2,000 undergraduates completed the surveys that came out in February praising Temple’s resources, diversity, faculty, and more.
Students exalted about Temple’s location in the city of Philadelphia. One student described the area as, “a gold mine for jobs, internships and other incredible opportunities.” Students talked about the social life on campus and Temple’s community outreach programs.
Other students said that Temple is “all about inspiring students to achieve greatness through its abundance of resources and diversity.” More students emphasized the fact that “the faculty here actually have experience in their fields,” and,” the faculty take boring lectures in class and turn those into real life experiences.”
Temple’s Entrepreneurship program was also recognized as the 8th best Entrepreneurship undergraduate program. Temple additionally earned the 13th spot for “Most Active Student Government” for the first time.
Temple has shown consistent excellence in accounting, biology, journalism and psychology majors.