The Princeton Review’s Survey of Race Relations on Campus

The Princeton Review has released its annual rankings of the 376 best colleges in America. Included in the book are surveys conducted of students at the selected colleges and university.

Each year, the Princeton Review ranks the schools on race relations on campus. The schools that students said had a lot of interracial interaction were Loyola University of New Orleans, Stanford University, the University of Miami, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, and the University of Alabama Birmingham.

The schools where surveyed students said that there was a low level of interaction between students of different races were Providence College, the University of New Hampshire, Fairfield University, Trinity College (Connecticut), and Boston College.

Of note is the fact that all of the schools that surveyed students said had the least racial interaction are in New England.

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