Tuesday, August 26, 2008

West Point Makes the Grade

Earlier this month The Princeton Review placed West Point in the Top Ten of all American colleges in the areas of "most accessible professors," "best classroom experience" (whatever that means), and "most to do on campus " (not that anyone actually has time to do it). Other accolades include: small class size (10-19 students), Honor Code system, great academic and athletic facilities, safe campus environment, and great career services.

A week or so later Forbes joined in, ranking West Point as the sixth best college and best public college in the nation, citing quality of education and achievement of students.

West Point: ". . . the finest. . .educational experience in America." Imagine that!

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