The Princeton Review has given Kansas State University high marks once again, putting it in the Top 10 in the nation and best in both Kansas and the Big 12 Conference.
K-State makes the list in 10 of the guides 26 categories, including happiest students, most loved colleges, great quality of life, great career services, great residence halls and great health services. The guide also recommends the university for great town-gown relations, being among the best-run schools and being one of the best universities in the Midwest. K-State also made the lists for great athletic facilities and great intramural sports.
K-State’s 10 appearances in the guide are only topped by four other schools that made 11 of the guide’s lists. Two other schools also had 10 list mentions.
In its newest guide, the Princeton Review does not rank the colleges in the book from 1 to 387. Instead, the company curated “Great Lists” of colleges in 26 categories.