University Named Among Princeton Review’s Best 385 Colleges

Duquesne has again been recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the best institutions for undergraduate education in the United States.

Photo of Welcome sign on Academic walk. Also features various students and parents.

The publication named Duquesne in its Best 385 Colleges edition for 2020. The University also was recognized as a Green College and in the Best Colleges: Region by Region list for the Northeast.

To develop its 2020 list, The Princeton Review surveyed 140,000 students attending the 385 top colleges from the most previous lists and asked them to rate their schools on dozens of topics.

In the publication’s profile of Duquesne, students shared that they appreciate the University’s small class sizes and welcoming staff, and that they could easily make strong connections with their professors. Students also noted Duquesne offers “great research opportunities” and that faculty “care about the well-being of their students beyond academics.” Students described their peers as hardworking and friendly.