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Ohio Wesleyan Named Among ‘Best Colleges’ by Princeton Review

July 29, 2008

DELAWARE, OHIO – Ohio Wesleyan University has been named as one of “The Best 368 Colleges” in the 2009 report published by The Princeton Review, an education services company which lists annually the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education. The university is one of just 15 percent of four-year institutions nationwide to be included.

The report is based on surveys of approximately 120,000 students—or an average of 325 per campus—on a variety of topics including administration, campus dining options, and diversity. School profiles in “The Best 368 Colleges” book are compiled using school-reported data collected during the 2007-08 academic year on categories including admissions selectivity, financial aid, and fire safety.

Students surveyed by The Princeton Review mentioned as advantages Ohio Wesleyan’s high percentage of international students, the creative campus living options such as Small Living Units (SLUs), and the extreme dedication of faculty members. More information on “The Best 368 Colleges” report including rankings and school profiles can be found at PrincetonReview.com.

Ohio Wesleyan University is an undergraduate liberal arts college that transforms the lives of its students through a combination of rigorous academics, mentoring relationships, and real-world experiences. Featured in the book “Colleges That Change Lives,” the private university’s 1,850 students come from 47 states and 50 countries. Visit www.owu.edu for more information.